Located on the 16th floor in one of Manhattan's premiere prewar Fifth Avenue buildings this full floor home has 50 feet of spectacular views overlooking Central Park and the iconic Metropolitan Museum of Art. Upon entering from your private elevator vestibule there is over 1250 square feet devoted to the living room and dining room alone. This home is currently configured as a loft-like luxurious two bedroom plus den apartment with a large windowed eat-in-kitchen, and laundry room. The bedroom wing has an enormous double master bedroom with his and her bathrooms and a second very large bedroom and bath. There is also a small guest room and bath.If desired this grand space can easily be reconfigured to become a traditional three or four bedroom home with ten foot ceilings and over-sized windows.This is a rare opportunity to own an apartment that can easily have it all. You can never replace this location and these views. 993 Fifth Avenue is a distinguished limestone-clad building between 80th and 81st Streets, across from Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Designed by Emory Roth in the 1930's, this building has one apartment per floor. It is one of Fifth Avenue's most prominent and distinctive full service prewar cooperatives with a full time doorman, elevator operator and live-in resident manager. There is a new fitness room and individual storage.