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Sprawling Upper East Side co-op with Central Park, Met Museum views seeks $24M

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The opulent home spans 5,000 square feet and boasts lots of classic finishes

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman.

An opulent apartment within Emery Roth’s distinguished 993 Fifth Avenue building has hit the market for a cool $24 million. Though pricey, the co-op is huge, spanning 5,000 square feet with five bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and a combination of classic and contemporary design.

The apartment isn’t super over-the-top but is lavish within its own right, boasting a massive living room overlooking the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and bedecked with high ceilings, crown molding, and a wood-burning fireplace. The formal dining room features a circular shape with walls that sport arched built-ins while the kitchen has been given a modern update and is equipped with stainless steel appliances a center island and a sizable breakfast room.

Within the massive apartment, there is also a library, a laundry room, at least three walk-in closets, and even more smaller closets throughout the space.

All in all the space is not bad (though whether is commands $24 million remains to be seen) but the standout feature has to be the stunning views of Central Park and the Met.