It doesn¬'t get any better than this simply stunning & turn key royal residence with Fendi, Armani Casa, Baccarat, Lalique, Roche Bobois custom furnishings and fixtures, all at The Baccarat Hotel & Residences. Rated Top 10 by us News World & Report, Awarded 2017 Conde Nast Gold rating. Welcome to the ultimate luxury lifestyle property in Manhattan, with jaw dropping views of Central Park to the North and architectural icons such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and the World Trade Center to the South. This magnificent fully furnished bespoke 2,252 Sq. Ft. Home offers 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The apartment features a classic layout with grand living room and dining area with 11-foot ceilings, a separate chef's eat-in kitchen with Miele and Subzero appliances, and a signature Baccarat chandelier. The corner master bedroom suite features an enormous dressing room and a luxurious white marble master bathroom with soaking tub and radiant heated floors overlooking Central Park. There are 2 additional guest bedrooms, each with en-suite marble baths, and a stunning powder room with frosted mirror glass walls. The apartment is outfitted with state of the art electronics, sophisticated lighting system by Nulux, Bang & Olufson sound system, complete with touch screen pad linked to all the world famous Baccarat amenities. Luxuriate in the Spa de la Mer, Petit Salon Lounge, swimming pool, fitness center, valet and Concierge services. Common Charges: $5,806, Monthly Taxes: $3,975.
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