This exquisite private townhouse, located at 27 East 79th Street, boasts the meticulous craftsmanship of renowned Parisian design firm Alberto Pinto. Every detail of the residence has been thoughtfully curated to perfection. The triplex penthouse showcases a customized layout with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and breathtaking southern views encompassing the iconic Central Park and the historic Cook Block's landmarked mansions. Additionally, a private roof terrace provides an enchanting outdoor retreat.
Ensuring the utmost privacy and convenience, the residence offers direct elevator entry. The interior boasts custom moldings, ceiling cornices, and white oak parquet de Versailles flooring, exuding a luxurious ambiance. The bathrooms showcase a harmonious blend of Estremoz, Calacatta Vagli, and Emperador Fonce marble slab and tiling, complemented by polished nickel Kallista Vir Stil fixtures. Custom cabinets and vanities, adorned with parchment and lacquer or Movingui wood, add to the sophistication. The European kitchen features custom-cerused brushed oak cabinetry personally designed by Pinto, a La Cornue French range, Cremo Delicato marble countertops and backsplashes, and top-of-the-line appliances by Miele and Sub Zero.
Alberto Pinto's masterful touch is evident in the selection of opulent materials, both within the interior spaces and throughout the elegantly appointed lobby and Parisian-inspired façade of the building. As residents step through the signature glass and wrought iron-domed marquee, they are welcomed into a 24-hour attended lobby adorned with French limestone tiles and Noir Saint Laurent marble flooring. Nestled on the esteemed 27 East 79th Street, this exceptional property enjoys a coveted location on one of Manhattan's most prestigious streets. Situated just a stone's throw away from the sprawling 843 acres of Central Park, residents are immersed in a haven of recreational green space. Nearby world-renowned cultural institutions include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Neue Galerie, as well as the luxury flagships of Madison Avenue’s shopping corridor and gourmet dining at Sant Ambroeus, Cafe Bolud, and The Carlyle.