Nate Berkus designed a house at the Marquand, a NYC landmark, in Manhattan Upper East Side that has hit the market for $24,995,000. The spacious five bedroom apartment is placed within a Beaux-Art Revival style building.
The luxury apartment is featured by gracefully appointed contemporary interiors with rich oak flooring, soaring ten ceilings, and sufficient oversized double-pane wood casement windows with East, North, South, and West exposures.
It is presently configured with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 1 powder room, anyway, the future owners may opt to convert the library into 6 bedrooms. Savant home systems control Television, lighting, music, automated solar shades, heat/central air and video surveillance over each entrance.
The corner family room features a wood-burning fireplace, walls upholstered in Loro Piana cashmere. The family room connects the open eat-in contemporary chefs kitchen. It has a middle island with double wine refrigerators, appliances by Sub-zero, Bulthaup, Gaggenau, and Wolf, and eastern exposures. For homeowners who love to cook and to entertain, this area can become the central point of the home.
The master suite contains a extensive master bedroom with different exposures, abundant citi-quiet windows adding an oversized east-facing bay windows, a completely customized oversized his & her dressing rooms with Brown safes, a wet bar with little refrigerator and a windowed master bath with double vanities, onyx stone walls, and separate glass shower.
Extra bathrooms, including one with a bay window, are characterized by their own special design. Further, the home specs a powder, a separate service entrance and a complete size washer and vented dryer complete the residence.
Locals will enjoy access to luxe amenities and services that contain 24-hour concierge and doorman, live-in superintendent, fitness center with on-site personal trainer, children lounge, refrigerated storage for floral deliveries/Fresh Direct in the building storage room accessible for purchase.