AT LAST, A LARGE SPACE IN THE IMMORTAL BERESFORD
"Emery Roth dominated the age of apartment buildings" said the architectural critic, Paul Goldberger, and The Beresford is deemed by many to be Roth's finest creation. It is located facing both Central Park to the east as well as the tree-lined Parkland of the museum of natural history to the south in a location that can never be duplicated.
This unique offering is truly worthy of The Beresford. Two apartments, 14E, an eight room adjacent to 14D, a 10 room, together offer five rooms facing east directly over Central Park and five rooms facing south over the mature trees and Parkland of the museum of natural history. This incomparable 18 room space is available to be configured to the requirements of a new buyer.
ASKING $31,900,000 for the combination, this is a rare opportunity that may not come again.
Please contact the brokers of either 14E or 14D for full details. Co-Exclusive with Brown Harris Stevens.
Courtesy of Corcoran Group, Maria Pashby
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