- Price: $ 6,250,000
- Beds: 3
- Baths: 3.5
- Rooms: 7
- Floors: 1
- Approx. Sq. Ft: 2900
Immaculately renovated full-floor residence in the esteemed Campanile building, with stunning views from every room. Originally the Mayfair Yacht Club until 1933, this classically refined building was once home to Greta Garbo, Rex Harrison, H.J. Heinz, Mary Martin, the Rothschild’s and many other luminaries.
This spectacular residence encompasses the entire fourth floor, with unobstructed views of the East River from each window. Every inch of this 3,000 square foot apartment has been designed with meticulous attention to detail and maintained impeccably.
The experience is sublime from the moment you step off the attended elevator onto your own secluded landing. The gracious foyer, complete with powder room and two coat closets, leads to the impressive living room, which features coffered ceilings, wood burning fireplace, and three large windows that bathe the room with southern light. A charming library/home office is positioned off of the living room, in the southwestern corner of the apartment.
To the left of the foyer sits a lovely dining room that comfortably sits a large group for riverside entertaining, and renovated chef’s kitchen. The windowed kitchen is in mint condition, and boasts top of the line appliances, including a sub-zero refrigerator, Viking stove, and wine cooler. The kitchen was expanded significantly from the original floor plan to afford a substantial marble center island, walk-in pantry, and additional storage space, and is truly one of the highlights of this magnificent home.
The elegant master bedroom boasts a large en-suite bathroom with his & hers sinks, a generous walk-in closet, and two additional closets for optimal storage. The second bedroom also has an en-suite bath, and a view to both the north and the east.
Additional staff room with full bath, laundry room, two-zoned central AC, and brand new Crestron system.
This refined residence combines modern luxury with timeless elegance, in one of New York’s most iconic white-glove buildings.