The Beresford: Old World Charm Meets Modern Day Living in Apartment #2G

Posted On Tue, May 6, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, May 6, 2014 By In Cool Listings, Midtown West

What do comedian Jerry Seinfeld, singer Diana Ross, tennis player John McEnroe, actor Tony Randall and publisher Helen Gurley Brown have in common?  They have all called 211 Central Park West — better known as The Beresford — home.

But The Beresford’s claim to fame isn’t its host of famous residents but rather its three majestic towers, whose design limits the number of apartments on each floor to only two or three. Opened in 1929, architect Emery Roth’s spectacular residential fortress boasts spacious rooms, soaring ceilings, a charming interior courtyard containing a fountain and a garden, and incredible views of Central Park.

Simply imagine the panoramic vistas from this 9-room corner apartment. When you’re done taking in the scenery you can indulge yourself in the new chef’s kitchen with state of the art appliances and original steel cupboards.

Chef’’s kitchen with state of the art appliances and original steel cupboards

Entertain to your hearts content in the oversized dining room.

Oversized dining room makes entertaining easy

Cozy up in the living room by the wood-burning fireplace as you watch snow fall over Central Park.

Park facing living room with wood burning fireplace a

Curl up with a good book in the elegant library.

Fill the library's built in shelves with your favorite books

Or enjoy a perfect night’s sleep in the luxurious master bedroom suite, complete with an expansive custom walk in closet and a beautifully renovated master bathroom.

Beautifully renovated master bathroom

Immerse yourself in old world charm while enjoying every modern convenience — for $10 million this fully renovated apartment truly offers the best of both worlds.

 

 

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Neighborhoods : Central Park West

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