This Central Park South Apartment Stands Out with a Gaudi-Inspired Ceiling

Posted On Fri, July 25, 2014 By

Posted On Fri, July 25, 2014 By In Central Park South, Cool Listings, Interiors

Ears ringing? Yes, the neighbors are at it already, talking about you and your new swanky new home. Well, that is if you decide to drop the $11.8 million on this 3,050-square-foot apartment at the Trump Parc. Located at 106 Central Park South, this home features a 51-foot, semi-circular great room capped off with an 18-foot, undulating, Gaudi-inspired ceiling that will make even the most jaded real estate aficionados look twice.

Trump Parc, 106 Central Park South, Gaudi-inspired design, Central Park real estate

The architecturally inspired, 30-foot-deep living space is accented by striking, contemporary furniture, a built-in reading chaise, and expansive windows. In fact, the room is so spacious that it can hold up to 100 people. And to make entertaining such a big group that much easier, the large, adjoining kitchen has plenty of counter space, some of which can act as a serving bar. And beyond the stark-white, modern columns is a 150-square-foot balcony that overlooks the park (and those pesky neighbors!).

Trump Parc, 106 Central Park South, Central Park real estate

The other show stopper in this home is its art gallery space, which has curved shelving that mimics the shape of the living room ceiling. This room is the perfect place for party guests to gather and peruse the display.

Trump Parc, 106 Central Park South, Central Park real estate

The peaceful master suite comes complete with a regal headboard, marble en-suite bathroom, ample closet space, and a dressing area. The second bedroom also has an en-suite bathroom, and the third bedroom can be used as a den, office, or guest room (or crash pad for those jealous neighbors trying to live vicariously through you and your exquisite home).

[Listing: 106 Central Park South, 3A by Yue (Emma) Hao and Jacqueline (Jackie) Roth for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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