With views of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this wood-bedecked, 4,357-square-foot apartment is now on the market for $13.49 million. Located in the storied Stanhope building at 995 Fifth Avenue, this apartment comes with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a semi-private elevator entrance into the unit.
The apartment opens up into a large gallery, with the appliance-packed kitchen in the front, and the massive living and dining rooms to the right. This space comes with three large windows that overlook the Museum, and even offers some Central Park views, according to the brokerbabble.
The kitchen, next to this space, is fitted with a host of swanky appliances including a microwave, ovens, and a steam cooker from Gaggenau; refrigerators by SubZero; and also two dishwashers by Miele. There’s also a lovely 13-foot-long center island finished with black granite, that can seat up to six people.
All five bedrooms are sectioned off from this area of the house with the master suite right at the other end of the apartment. The spacious master bedroom comes with a wall of windows overlooking a garden, two large walk-in closets, and an adjoining master bath done up in marble that features a rain shower and two sinks.
Designed by Brazilian architect Arthur Casas, the apartment overall comes with bleached herringbone wood floors, motorized shades, and central airconditioning that can be controlled in each room. Residents at the Stanhope also have access to amenities like a La Palestra gym, steam and saunas, and a yoga room, but then again, they do have to pay exorbitant monthly maintenance fees of $18,871.