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Enormous Fifth Avenue pad with views of Central Park, the Met asks $46M

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The full floor apartment comes with six bedrooms and five bathrooms

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With views of the Met and Central Park, and exposures on all four sides, this palatial Fifth Avenue pad is now on the market for $46 million. One of just sixteen apartments in a 13-story co-op building at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and East 84th Street, this apartment offers up six bedrooms and five bathrooms.

A private elevator entrance opens up into a gallery; the walnut-paneled library is right in front of it, a formal dining room is to the right, and the living room is to the left; and all three spaces look out on to Fifth Avenue.

This more formal area is separated from the rest of the living quarters, with the master suite on the other end of the apartment. This large suite comes with a wood-burning fireplace, an ensuite bath, a dressing room, and an additional sitting area.

The apartment is currently setup to include staff quarters as well, albeit one of the rooms is currently being used as a gym. The brokerbabble goes on to suggest that this space could easily work as additional bedrooms should a new owner choose to do so.

Aside from that, some of the other standout features in this full floor apartment include the 10-foot-tall ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces in four different rooms, hardwood floors, and hand-carved moldings.

1030 Fifth Avenue

1030 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY