A four-bedroom prewar duplex owed by one family for 21 years on Central Park West is about to enter the market at $12.25 million, the New York Times reported.
Mack and Jeannette Rossoff are selling their co-op residence at 101 Central Park West between 70th and 71st streets after employing architect Annabelle Selldorf and interior designer Victoria Hagan to give their home a makeover.
The 4,100-square-foot apartment has an antique French marble fireplace in the 28-by-16-foot corner living room. Ceilings are 9.5 feet high.
On the main level, the 24-by-15-foot dining room has a picture window that overlooks the West Side cityscape and French doors opening onto a planted terrace. The 19-by-19-foot kitchen has a marble floor, maple cabinetry and a double-size Viking stove.
There is also a laundry room and a staff suite/nursery/office with a full bath.
The 17-by-21-foot master bedroom has a wall of built-in cherry wood closets, a walk-in closet and a master bath with soaking tub and glass shower. A separate children’s wing has two bedrooms, each with a bath.
The monthly maintenance for the 10-room, 5-bath apartment is $6,702. [NYT] – James Comtois