Talk about a room with a view: the living room of this Nomad apartment comes with a stunning skylight that looks out directly to the Empire State Building. Besides that, the 3,850-square-foot pad features soaring ceilings, a spiral staircase leading to a second level, and a 500-square-foot roof deck. There are plenty of things to gawk over inside this penthouse loft, which has just hit the market for $4,999,999.
The most stunning space of the house is easily the double-height living and dining room. A wood burning fireplace keeps things cozy, while those dramatic solarium windows showcase direct Empire State Building views.
The open chef kitchen, right off the soaring living space, has custom cabinetry, double ovens and stainless steel appliances. A long breakfast bar provides extra seating to the nearby dining table.
The spiral staircase leads to the top level of the apartment, which also has views out of the skylight. Up here there is a small office space plus a door that leads onto your private roof terrace. No surprises here that you get more incredible views of the Midtown skyline.
Finally, the lowest level of this three-level apartment holds four spacious bedrooms. The master has its own dual dressing area–lined with floor to ceiling custom closets–as well as an ensuite bathroom with a soaking tub, separate shower and custom double sink vanity. There’s also a den on this floor that could be converted to a media room, office or fifth bedroom.
This apartment comes from the co-op known as the Gilsey House. The landmarked, cast-iron building is just as striking as the apartment. Better yet, it’s located all within close distance to Madison Square Park and its many subways.
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