Rarely available, this exceptional residence occupies the front Southeast corner at the iconic Dakota, the most coveted position in the entire building. This stunning and grand scaled residence has soaring 13'6" ceilings, magnificent moldings, restored original detail, oversized windows, as well as two wood-burning fireplaces. Entered off a semi-private vestibule, the apartment opens off the entry into the grand living room, which runs 23-feet along Central Park West capturing views of Central Park and the Manhattan midtown skyline. The corner living room has original restored moldings, a wood-burning fireplace with original mantle and over mantle, and gorgeous views of the park. The adjacent paneled library, which could also serve as a second bedroom, has a bowed window looking onto West 72nd Street and Central Park West. The handsome and sunny oversized master bedroom faces South onto 72nd Street and has a wood-burning fireplace. The room is outfitted with two spacious closets and an ensuite marble bathroom with a tub/shower and access back to the main entry hall. A galley kitchen completes the apartment. The building was designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh and completed in 1884. The Dakota is one of the world's greatest and most renowned residential buildings. It's monumental form, embellished with ornate finials and Gothic gables makes it one of New York's most iconic structures. A unique gaslit entry and enchanting center courtyard add to its enduring charm. The cooperative offers residents the highest levels of privacy, service, and security in one of Manhattan's most distinguished landmark buildings. A brand new fitness facility was completed in 2018.