Rarely does such a finely crafted and renovated home come available to the Manhattan market.
#26/27D at the Grand Millennium is the result of a multi-year renovation, creating an approximately 4,800 square foot condominium duplex high in one of the Upper West Side’s most desirable buildings. The residence enjoys all-day light from open city, Central Park, and George Washington Bridge views.
There are five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half baths & luxurious, full paneled mahogany study.
Entering into the home through a stunning, marble foyer gallery, you will flow into the grand living room and enjoy Central Park views, adjacent to the formal dining room with a double sided fireplace. There are four total marble and onyx surround ventless fireplaces throughout the home. Off of this, there is a wood-paneled library with coffered ceilings, also usable as a fifth bedroom, as it has an en-suite bathroom.
The nearly 750 square foot eat-in kitchen is chef’s grade, with top-of-the-line appliances, including double refrigerator, dishwashers, and Wolf ranges, and a 50 bottle wine cooler. The enormous island is clad in calacatta marble, and there is a laundry room adjacent, with an oversized, fully vented washer and dryer. Situated perfectly between the grand living room and kitchen is an elegant dining room with seated room for ten, separated by custom polished nickel, mahogany and glass doors creating an effortless flow on the entertaining floor of the home.
When the apartment was combined and renovated, a dramatic, double height staircase was created from the living room up to the upper level, with a custom mahogany and steel railing, where the primary suite lies. This primary bedroom is generous, and the accompanying primary bathroom is clad in white onyx with a double vanity, a soaking tub and a large walk-in shower. There is a windowed dressing room with completely built-out closets.
The upstairs is completed with three additional en-suite bedrooms for family or guests.
As would be expected in such a level five renovation, there are electric shades throughout, 5 zones of central air conditioning, and full Crestron home automation in place. All pocket doors in the apartment are solid mahogany, and all floors are 3/4 inch Brazilian cherry wood.
The Grand Millennium, constructed in 1997, is a full-service condominium in Lincoln Square, close to Central Park, Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center and the Time Warner Center. It was designed by SLCE Architects and the white-glove service includes a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a live-in resident manager, maintenance staff, and a bicycle room.