36th FL - Park Front Aerie Perched high atop The Pierre at 795 Fifth Avenue, this superb 2-bedroom residence boasts extraordinary and expansive views of Central Park and the Midtown skyline. This spectacular tower residence occupies the entire Fifth Avenue frontage of the building on the 36th floor and has three exposures. It enjoys a gracious layout, soaring 10'4" ceilings, impressive architectural detail, and is in perfect move-in condition. A handsome gallery clad in Chinoiserie paneling and antiqued mirrors, opens directly into the magnificent 30-foot Northwest corner living/dining room. The living/dining room features parquet de Versailles floors and has four large casement windows capturing the expanse of Central Park over to Central Park West up to the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and beyond. The generous proportions allow for multiple seating areas and a dining table for entertaining. A renovated kitchen is discretely tucked off the gallery; it features an electric stovetop, a full-size Miele dishwasher, and a Subzero refrigerator with two freezer drawers below. A private vestibule off the gallery leads to the attractive and oversized wood-paneled library, which also serves as the second bedroom. This room has two windows onto Central Park capturing iconic New York City sites including Wollman Rink in Central Park and the Central Park South skyline. There is a full marble bathroom with stall shower located outside the library allowing it to also function as a powder room when entertaining. The beautiful, sunlit master suite occupies the Southwest corner of the tower. Entered via a separate private vestibule, the room is outfitted with ample closet space and a luxurious and enormous windowed dressing room/bathroom. The bathroom is currently configured with a vanity, soaking tub, separate commode and a washer/dryer in place of the shower. Residents of The Pierre enjoy access to all five star hotel services, including 24-hour concierge, daily maid service, valet service, fitness center, and room service from the Perrine Restaurant.