Peek into two stunning on-the-market abodes inside the iconic Dakota.
Situated on Central Park West, this famed and highly exclusive residential building claims a rich history. From Roberta Flack to Judy Garland, many legends have stayed in the Dakota. Designated a city landmark in 1969, the building is regarded as New York’s first luxury apartment building. Designed by architect Henry J. Hardenbergh and completed in 1884, the structure’s exterior is covered in gorgeous high gables and terra-cotta spandrels. And right now, two highly coveted residences are on the market.
Upon entering this residence, which was renovated just six years ago, the grand foyer flows into the living room, which boasts stunning 9 ½-foot arched windows. From there, the living room extends into the library, whose 14-foot-high ceilings are embellished by classic crown molding.
The prewar detailing paired with contemporary touches in Apartment 25 give the space a distinct character that’s unmatched.
Head into the dining room and kitchen, which boasts top-of-the-line appliances, to see the tranquil courtyard views.
Similarly, a wood-burning fireplace adorns the sitting room that seamlessly connects to the primary suite. Complete with a spacious walk-in closet and a luxe, pristine bathroom, the primary suite is surely a highlight of the home. 1 W. 72nd St., Apt. 25, $5,475,000, Lisa and Bonnie Chajet, 212.439.5199
With three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two half-bathrooms, this 3,800-square-foot residence is truly a masterpiece.
Apartment 47 boasts a stunning formal dining room that make gatherings both memorable and beautiful.
Complete with a custom built-in bar and a library, the home features a mahogany-paneled wood-burning fireplace to cozy up next to while enjoying the stunning views of 72nd Street. Just off the foyer is a jewel-box powder room with gold-inlaid ceilings and Egyptian mahogany wood-paneled walls. Cararra marble countertops and glass-paned cabinets give the kitchen a bright and airy feel, enriched with Italian tile floors. Equipped with two fully outfitted walk-in closets, the primary bedroom is flooded with the most elegant touches of green-hued decor. Green marble countertops and floors in the primary bathroom add a unique flair to this one-of-a-kind residence. 1 W. 72nd St., Apt. 47, $10.9 million, Annie Cion Gruenberger, 212.4394527