Situated between 84th and 85th Street, opposite Central park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the fine-looking pre-war building at 1030 Fifth Avenue has 13 floors, only 16 apartments renowned for their grand size and number of rooms (between 8 and 15 rooms), a fitness and laundry room and round-the-clock doorman. It is currently selling a fifth-floor 4BR which includes 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms,4.5 baths and 2 wood-burning fireplaces.
The magnificent apartment has undergone gut renovation typifying a high sense of sophisticated taste at the same time creating the impression of warmth and intimacy. Throughout the apartment there were used some of the priciest and most distinguished fixtures and finishes. A super-sized multi-columned gallery is entered directly from the locking elevator. Opposite is the living room with wood-burning fireplace situated between the dining room with wood-burning fireplace and the corner library. Behind the dining room is an oversized gourmet kitchen with high end appliances, also a spacious pantry and laundry area. The main bedroom wing contains a lavish master suite and bathroom and also other two bedrooms with en suites. Across the bedroom hallway there is a fourth bedroom and bath. The luxury pad overlooks Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.