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The stunning 3,000-square-foot, 3-bed and 3.5-bath home is already a rarity in the Manhattan real estate market. It occupies the entire front Fifth Avenue side of the hotel and offers unparalleled direct views of Central Park, the Hudson River, George Washington Bridge, and Midtown Manhattan. There’s a formal dining room, a reception room, and a library with a full bath. Plus, it offers extreme privacy via a semi-private elevator landing shared with the only other private residence on the floor.
What’s more, the corner master suite has dual exposures and a windowed bathroom to look out over the city while you relax. And throughout the space, you’ll find many modern updates such as a renovated and expanded kitchen as well as enlarged closets and refinished floors. But much of the original 1920s charm remains with stunning millwork and a large entrance that flows into a marble gallery followed by an expansive living room complete with oversized windows.
Of course, all of that is situated in the only AAA Five Diamond-rated hotel and Forbes Five Star hotel on the Upper East Side. So, that means you get full access to all hotel services like a 24-hour concierge, the spa and fitness center, a conference room, a beauty salon, and twice-daily maid service. Onsite restaurants, Perrine, E bar/lounge, and the Rotunda, are also available for room service if you don’t feel like cooking in the updated kitchen.
Not to mention, you get to live in an iconic building that has been home to celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor and Yves St. Laurent. The Pierre was designed by Jazz Age starchitects Schultze and Weaver, who worked on other landmark hotels such as The Waldorf Astoria and The Park Lane Hotel.