Renowned & Legendary Verona Eleven into nine room, sun-filled wonder throughout with 4 exposures and 10'1 foot ceilings is within steps of Central Park on a beautiful tree-lined street of elegant residences. One enters the apartment from a private vestibule landing thru massive glass and steel doors, once adorning a bank. All rooms emanate from a central gallery. A grand scale living room, formerly two huge rooms with a woodburning fireplace, is exceptional for living and entertaining with seemingly endless wall space for art. A beautifully proportioned library with woodburning fireplace is adjacent to a guest suite with ensuite bath featuring vintage hardware in pristine condition. The spacious formal dining room with woodburning fireplace and an adjoining dining alcove, perfect for intimate meals, completes this wing. There is a large chef's kitchen, a laundry room, maid's room and bath. An expansive, wide corridor leads to a master bedroom suite, giving new meaning to comfort, luxury and proportion. The master bedroom and sitting room each has WBF. An immense and supersized spa-like master bath has a tub, make up vanity, a shower in the center of the room which anchors the space. Wisely organized rows of closets, drawers and shelves are artfully hidden throughout the room. Building History The Verona is located in the southeast corner of Madison Avenue. The distinguished and prominent 10 story apartment building was completed in 1908 and Fashioned in a New-Venetian Renaissance Style. Architect William E. Mowbray modeled the building after the Strozzi Palace in Florence, Italy. The architect duplicated the design of the Verona after the facade of the Home Club, located at 15 East 45th Street at the time, copy right protection for architectural designs did not exist.