BACCARAT HOTEL & RESIDENCES, 20 West 53rd St, 44 - Midtown, New York
Find more details at http://www.44baccarat.comEnjoy the ultimate lifestyle in Manhattan in one of the exclusive top floor condominium residences at the Baccarat Hotel & Residences, named one of the Best Hotels in the USA in 2017 by US News and World Report and included on Conde Nast's Gold List 2017. This magnificent 4 bedroom, 4 bath plus powder room home with 4,545 square feet features spectacular 360 degree views of the city, Central Park and architectural icons such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and the World Trade Center. The apartment features a classic layout with an incredibly grand living room and dining area with approximately 11-foot tall ceilings, a separate chef's eat-in kitchen with Miele and Subzero appliances, a private bedroom hallway plus an entry foyer with a signature Baccarat chandelier. The corner master bedroom suite features an enormous dressing room as large as many bedrooms and a luxurious white marble master bathroom with soaking tub and radiant heated floors. There are 3 additional guest bedrooms, each with en-suite marble baths, and a stunning powder room with frosted mirror glass walls. World renowned designer Tony Ingrao designed the interiors and hand selected all the luxurious finishes including white marble slab baths, granite countertops with walnut, nickel and glass cabinets, and 6-inch wide oak flooring with a mahogany stain. The apartment is prewired for state-of-the-art electronics and features a touch screen pad with access to the world-famous Baccarat hotel amenities including the Baccarat Bar, named one of the Best Bars in New York City by Conde Nast, its famous Spa de la Mer, Petite Salon Lounge, swimming pool and fitness center, plus multi-lingual hotel concierge services, valet and doormen. Offering a truly sumptuous lifestyle second to none and a prime centralized location in Manhattan, this magnificent full floor residence is available for immediate occupancy.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman