One of only two condos with private terraces at One57 lists for $28.5M
Sure, Michael Dell has bragging rights to buying One57‘s $100 million penthouse, the most expensive home ever sold in New York City, but Bill Ackman’s $91.5 million buy a few floors down came with a coveted terrace. Only two units in the Billionaires’ Row building claim “private outdoor space on the park,” and the second has just come on the market for the first time, asking $28.5 million. Dubbed the Spring Garden Residence (as opposed to Ackman’s “Winter Garden Penthouse,” as Curbed notes), the 41st- and 42nd-floor duplex boasts a 43-foot-long great room wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows that lead to a 671-foot solarium and a terrace with views of the park and skyline.
The terrace has a full-length stone bench and a “stylish screen that minimizes the clutter of exposed ducts and pipes.”
Adjacent to the great room is the eat-in kitchen, which has custom cabinetry, a huge center island with integrated stools, granite counters, pull-out pantries, under-cabinet lighting, and stainless steel appliances.
Also on the lower level are a laundry room, powder room with marble walls and floors, and one of five bedrooms, this one with three closets and a marble en-suite bathroom.
A wooden staircase with a modern glass railing leads to the second floor, where the remaining four bedrooms are located. The master comes complete with a “cavernous” walk-in closet and an oversized bath with his-and-her toilets in private stalls, a walk-in rain shower, and separate tub.
In all, the Spring Garden residence has five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, spread over 4,603 square feet. As Curbed points out, Ackman’s Winter Garden residence is up on the 71st and 72nd floors and is nearly three times the size, at 13,554 square feet.
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