Two duplexes in Park Avenue at 740 of Manhattan which housed illustrious persons such as Jacqueline Kennedy, John D. Rockefeller etc has gone on sale. James T. Lee had constructed the much coveted building who was grandfather of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. There are more than thirty rooms including both duplexes on 13th and 14th floors featuring 8 bed rooms, ten bathrooms, seven fireplaces, two libraries, elliptical staircases, an elevator and Central park’s views.
These Luxury Apartments have access to each other and also independently used, is now for sale at $60 million. Owner of the home is Courtney Sale Ross, widow of Steve Ross who wants to offer separately, the one for twenty five million dollars and the other for thirty five million dollars. Rosario Candela, the noted architect designed the 19-story co-op. The D-line overviews from many rooms southwest park views, sense of warmth created by five wood burning fire places .The master bedroom, the extraordinary suite features terrace, a cosy library, Central Park views, with three additional bedrooms, five bathrooms, home office, dining room, kitchen, a study, staff quarters completes the floor plan.
The C-line, sun flooded apartment opens to gallery with classic staircase leading public rooms. The apartment featuring living room, a large library and a glorious dining room with stunning views of skyline through floor to ceiling door opening to terrace, well equipped chef’s kitchen, Four Bedrooms with baths adorn duplex of second floor and masterly designed dressing room. Six terraces create harmonious indoor and outdoor sitting areas with breathtaking views of the city. The building offers the highest level of living, attentive catering staff caters to the whims of resident, is the most iconic, glamorous residence in the world