Apartment 14-15B at 322 East 57th Street is a gorgeous and very rare property in Manhattan. With four exposures, the seven-room duplex is located on the 14th and 15th floor. A total renovation completed by Shutler Architects and furnishings by Ralph Lauren Home Collection bring out the true soul of the space.
The first feature you will love about this apartment is its spaciousness, thanks to the incredible 19-foot high ceilings in the living room and a pair of 13' by 6' windows that make the home stunningly bright. A very chic oak wood staircase with beautiful iron railings shows off the volume of the room. The white stone wood-burning fireplace, vaulted oak wood ceilings with crown moldings, and beautiful oak wood parquet floors make the space so charming, it could be described in an Ernest Hemingway novel.
Other elegant details include pewter white Caesarstone in the modern kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, redesigned by St. Charles New York. Fitting perfectly with the kitchen, an intimate dining room has direct access to the living room. On the upper floor, an oak wood custom library overlooks the expansive living.
The sunny master bedroom with two southwest-facing windows is quaint and private with a molded white stone wood-burning fireplace, custom closets, and an ensuite bathroom.
The second sunny bedroom has a wide southwest-facing window and another one facing northwest, a beautiful molded marble wood-burning fireplace, built-in closets, and access to a fantastic full-bathroom.
322 East 57th Street is a very desirable, full-service cooperative building designed by Harry M. Clawson of Caughey and Evans in 1930. Originally built as a 22-story hotel, it was converted to a co-op in 1959.
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