A full-floor condominium in the 53 West 53 development in Midtown Manhattan has come on the market with an asking price of $46.68 million. With stunning views, a gorgeous and sophisticated interior design, and its prime location, this sleek home rises serenely above the bustle of the City below.
Access to the full-floor residence is gained through a private elevator. Once you get there and pass through the walnut doors, it opens up into a beautiful and capacious living space.
The home is around 6,448 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 4 and a half bathrooms. There is an open floor-plan kitchen and living room, as well as a library and a home office.
The full-floor residence has wrap around floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city all around. The furnishings were closely selected and curated and feature a lot of marble and velvet. Interior designer, Rebecca Robertson, chose to contrast the sleek and modern design with more rough and rustic furniture.
The 53 West 53 development was built above the Museum of Modern Art, and is a work of art in of itself, having been designed by award winning architect Jean Nouvel. Residence in the building includes a permanent membership in the MoMA, as well as access to other amenities such as a gym and pool.
In addition to everything else, the condo boasts stunning views of Manhattan, located as it is in Midtown. The Liberty Tower is perfectly framed by the office window.