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Envisioned by world renowned architect Philip Cortelyou Johnson (July 8, 1906 – January 25, 2005), winner of the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal and in 1979 the first Pritzker Architecture Prize, the penthouse ahead carries symbolic values just by the architects signature, the aesthetics values being shadowed by such a name whilst being one of the most special penthouse in New York.
The penthouse is described by the real estate agency down bellow pretty well but it`s worth mentioning before that it has no less then four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a breathtaking terrace that offers expansive views towards the New York Skyline and beyond, all these being estimated to a value of 9 million $ dollars.
“This ultra-chic full floor penthouse in the Metropolitan condominium, designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson is located in much sought after Carnegie Hill, close to some of the finest restaurants and schools. This one of a kind penthouse offers soaring ceilings and incredible views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline all in triple mint condition. The apartment features 8 rooms, 3,553+/- sq ft of interior space plus an extraordinary terrace with 1,030+/- sq ft for grand entertaining. It has its own private elevator hall, grand foyer and gallery, a huge living room, adjacent dining room and sophisticated Seimatic kitchen with top of the line appliances. The apartment offers a lavish master suite with an enormous bathroom with infinity tub, separate shower and huge walk in closet. There are three spacious guest bedrooms each with en suite baths, a laundry room and powder room. The Metropolitan is a full service building with a full time doorman, concierge and health club.”