In the very heart of NoMad, atop the Gilsey House — an elegant cast-iron building that served as a hotel until 1911 and welcomed famed guests like Oscar Wilde — a beautiful two-story penthouse just came to market.
Bearing a $5 million price tag, the elegant unit promises a carefully crafted, gracious floor plan that flows seamlessly from kitchen to dining area, opening to the dramatic living room.
Spanning on two floors and over 3,850 square feet, the 1200 Broadway penthouse comes with 4 (sun-filled) bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a generous 500-square-foot private roof terrace.
The biggest selling point: its soaring ceilings and dramatic solarium windows showcase full on Empire State Building views — that are even more breathtaking when admired from the private roof deck sanctuary, that has even been accommodates with alfresco dining and private lounging to let visitors soak in the unobstructed views.
With all the bedrooms set on the lower floor — including a sumptuous master suite with a dual dressing area lined with floor to ceiling custom closets, a luxurious stone bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and a custom double sink vanity — the first level also hosts a large den that can be easily converted to a media room, office or a fifth bedroom, according to the brokerbabble.
The NoMad penthouse’s upper level is reserved for an open chef’s kitchen that comes with voluminous custom cabinetry, double ovens and stainless steel appliances.
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