In addition to the breath taking views of Central Park, Fifth Avenue and the New York Skyline, this impeccably renovated prewar home features a gracious living room, a large formal dining room, a kitchen with top of the line stainless steel appliances, two large bedrooms, a third bedroom/office and two full baths. The washer and dryer is located in the third bedroom/office. The residence showcases original prewar details, stunning renovations, many built-ins and storage areas, hard wood floors, through the wall air conditioners, and a state of the arts lighting system.
65 CPW was designed in 1926 by Emery Roth, one of the prominent architects of pre-war New York. It is a full-service pet friendly building with a concierge desk and 24-hour doorman. With its ideal location across from Central Park, and near Lincoln Center, public transportation, and the cafes and boutiques of Columbus Avenue, this is an ideal Central Park West home.