For $9.5M, this sprawling Gramercy co-op has a sunken living room and keys to the park

Posted On Thu, February 23, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, February 23, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Gramercy Park, Interiors

At a house-sized 3,809 square feet, this jumbo co-op at 50 Gramercy Park North, on the market for $9.5 million, is likely two apartments that were combined. As a result, there’s more room for bedrooms, living and entertaining space and more floor-to-ceiling glass to take in the view. The building is also home to the Gramercy Park Hotel, so you get hotel-level amenities as part of the deal, along with a coveted key to the park.

50 Gramercy Park North, cool listings, co-ops, Gramercy Park

A high floor and 75 feet along Gramercy Park mean stunning views and tons of light, starting with a private elevator landing. Designed by noted British architect John Pawson, those walls of glass frame a massive sunken living room with 12-foot ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. A large separate dining room looks bigger than the average studio.

50 Gramercy Park North, cool listings, co-ops, Gramercy Park

True to form there’s an eat-in kitchen that’s both sleek and sizable; the center island alone is big enough for your entire wine stash as well as plenty of cooking and prep space.

50 Gramercy Park North, cool listings, co-ops, Gramercy Park

50 Gramercy Park North, cool listings, co-ops, Gramercy Park

A cavernous master suite includes a wood-burning fireplace and leads through a spa-like bath to a windowed dressing room big enough for a separate vanity in addition to beautifully-designed closet space. About that combination: The listing notes that “original plumbing for the current space allowed the capacity for 4 full bathrooms, 2 powder rooms and 2 kitchens,” so we’re guessing you may even have the option of creating two separate apartments.

The rarest perk of all: Ownership includes your own key to the only private park in Manhattan. Building amenities are generous as well and include a 24-hour doorman and concierge in addition to the services available to the Gramercy Park Hotel such as housekeeping and hospitality services. There is also a gym, a roof deck and garage parking.

[Listing: 50 Gramercy Park North 15AB by Kirk Rundhaug and Paige Neuhauser for Douglas Elliman]

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