The Belnord: the Upper West Side's most storied building, re-envisioned by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern. Originally built in 1908, and occupying a full city block in the heart of the Upper West Side, this landmarked, Italian Renaissance building blends gracious pre-war proportions and history with all the modern conveniences and luxuries of today.
This extraordinary corner three bedroom, three bathroom home epitomizes timeless glamor, luxury, and elegance over its sprawling 2,245 square feet. Beauty abounds with vibrant north and east exposures, 10 foot ceilings, fully restored, oversized mahogany windows, and? white oak floors with chevron and plank patterns throughout.
Upon arrival, a formal entry foyer and gallery prime you for the stunning great room, an exceptional setting to live, dine, and entertain. Tucked away to allow for seamless entertaining, the large state-of-the-art kitchen has been custom designed by Molteni in collaboration with Robert A. M. Stern Architects, and features Calacatta Gold marble countertops and backsplash, with the unique choice of cerused oak or white lacquer custom cabinetry. State-of-the-art appliances by Gaggenau and a 45 bottle Sub Zero wine refrigerator complement the space. The lavish master suite features an abundance of closet space and a spa-like, windowed master bathroom, richly appointed in Siberian white slab marble with radiant heated floors. Custom designed vanities by Molteni and Robert A.M. Stern, and Kohler, Dornbracht and Kallista accessories complete this rejuvenating sanctuary. The additional two bedrooms are equally impressive, each with en-suite closets and luxurious bathrooms equipped with Grigio Nicola stone, radiant heated floors, and vanities by Molteni.
A large laundry room with Whirlpool washer and dryer, High-performance VRF dedicated HVAC system, and Intrahome Systems integrated technology infrastructure complete this extraordinary home.
Welcome to The Belnord, a masterpiece re-imagined.
The complete terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor (File No: CD16-0128)