Welcome to the beautiful and exquisite residence at The Sheffield. Unit 39H is one of the most sought-after residences with 2 bedrooms, 3 baths, a den, and northern, western, and eastern exposures.
You enter into your marvelous home with an entrance gallery leading you to your corner living room, boasting natural light with stunning views of Central Park and the Hudson River. The dining area makes for an amazing dining experience for friends and family. Your stunning kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances by Bosch, Sub-Zero, and Miele, coupled with your magnificent Italian custom cabinetry and Calacatta marble countertop, which makes cooking a breeze.
Your oversized, corner Master suite is outfitted with a spacious custom PoliForm closet and windowed en-suite bathroom with a double vanity stone vessel sink and frameless glass shower while having double exposures overlooking Central Park. Your second bedroom features views down Billionaires Row and includes an en-suite bathroom while your third bedroom is currently set up as a den and home office, overlooking the Hudson River, but can easily be turned back into a third bedroom. Your in-unit washer and dryer make it convenient to do laundry at home.
To go along with a beautiful residence is the service and amenities offered at The Sheffield. Along with concierge service, a full-time doorman, a garage with a waiting area, and a children's playroom. The Sheffield also features an amazing fitness center with an open-air rooftop pool, locker rooms with sauna and steam, a yoga studio, along with a BBQ pit, multiple sundecks, and two charming lounges overlooking the Hudson River and Central Park, as well as a cold-storage, bike room, and an adjacent garage. The Sheffield is centrally located, where you're right at the doorstep of Central Park, Lincoln Center, the Time Warner Center, Whole Foods, beautiful designer stores, and delicious fine dining. Conveniently located right by the train station.
The residence is fully furnished with an elegant Boboli Black Crystal top table, passion chairs by Philippe Starck in the dining area, while the living area features an Italian white sofa, glass top coffee table, and Poliform Wenge wood open bookcase. As you move into your master bedroom, you have a Poliform Victoria Queen Bed with an upholstered headboard and two wenge wood bedside tables while the secondary bedroom showcases a Hillsdale Hawthorne brown leather bed with a club chair and wooden table. Lastly, the third bedroom or den has an American leather sleeper sofa, Poliform Sintesi Collection with three free-standing cabinets with a glossy lacquer finish. Reach out today to schedule your private viewing to take a look inside and make this your home.
|Other Interior Features||Laundry Facilities, Elevator, Hardwood Floors, Fitness Center|
|Other Exterior Features||Deck, Parking, Pool|
|LIVING SPACE||1,647 Sq.Ft.|
199,816 people live in Midtown, where the median age is 37.4 and the average individual income is $105,983.59. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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