This $30 million residence, located at 995 Fifth Avenue, just underwent a recent revamp by Felicia Zwebner, founder of luxury interior design firm Art de Triomphe. Comprising the entire 16th floor, the sprawling property offers 14 rooms, including seven bedrooms, as well as 9½ baths.
Described in its listing as a "trophy home," this stunning 8,360-square-foot residence boasts a grand gallery large enough for a sizable art collection and soaring, 10-foot ceilings. Flanking its sun-flooded great room are a formal dining room and a sitting room, which open to create a generous entertaining space, perfect for hosting large parties. Built by celebrated Italian-American architect Rosario Candela in 1926, the home strikes the perfect balance between old and "new" New York.
Among the other rooms are a Smallbone kitchen and breakfast room, a six-room master bedroom suite, a media room, and a library featuring a fireplace.
Sotheby's International Realty has the listing.
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