At the southwest corner of the Sherry Netherland sits one of the most important apartments ever created in New York City. Central Park views from five public rooms as well as dazzling views to the south from four additional rooms make every moment living on the 18th floor of the Sherry Netherland a memorable experience.
As one enters this palatial residence, attended elevators open to a private landing where an entrance with sparkling mosaic floor leads to the home's principal entertaining spaces, which offer 95 feet or frontage on Fifth Avenue and embrace the planted west terrace overlooking Central Park. The library has been tastefully lined with custom paneling and a perfectly appointed bar. To the east of the library, one is led to a comfortably outfitted media room and a guest bedroom, cleverly concealed behind a paneled door. Each of these rooms are equipped with their own en-suite bathrooms.
To the north of the library, the grand living room opens to the north, west and south for indomitable Central Park views. From the living room, one can enter the truly stunning 59'7" long west-facing terrace, all of which directly overlooks the park. Along this magical terrace are three more rooms, each fulfilling its own purpose in this carefully designed residence.
The solarium, just past a perfectly shaped dining room of square proportions, could well be considered the key stone, connecting the south and west facing wings of the apartment. It gives access to both the west-facing terrace and to the equally impressive, 84'9" long, south-facing terrace from which the city lights are truly a majestic sight at night. Both terraces are landscaped and equipped with irrigation systems.
The master bedroom of 480 ft2 couples with its own beautifully appointment dressing room, his and hers baths, and is additionally complimented by the terrace. A massive eat-in kitchen, with its beautiful southern light and views, cannot be replicated in New York City.
With Central Park below, views of the Empire State Building to the south and the skyline views of Central Park South and Central Park West, the world is your oyster. This iconic residence at the Sherry Netherland, with its 15 rooms, 7 bedrooms with en-suite baths, and 2000 sq.ft. of terraces comprises the entire 18th floor of this legendary early 20th century skyscraper. Every entertaining space enjoys Central Park views, and nearly all rooms overlook or access one of three planted terraces.
One can announce from somewhere on another continent that a dinner party must be arranged for that very evening and Harry Cipriani will deliver and serve the meal upon request. Twice a day maid service and impeccable maintenance of the apartment make it a care-free luxury residence at the power corner of the world.