This colossal two thousand seven hundred eighty-six square foot duplex is unique in more ways than one. Situated in the lively Columbus Circle neighborhood, this graciously appointed duplex condominium features striking loft-like qualities that are hard to find in this area. If you love the artistic feel of downtown lofts but desire the convenience of a midtown location close to the beauty of Central Park, this is a one time opportunity to have your dream home.

The residence in apartment 4/5C features 11 foot ceilings, six windows in the living room allowing abundant natural light and a formal dining room and over sized living room, perfect for entertaining family and friends. With three bedrooms featuring two and a half baths space is bountiful. A magnificent master bedroom features a huge walk in closet, a sitting area and an enormous en-suite master bathroom. This luxurious bath features an extra-large Zuma soaking tub, Waterwork shower and double-sinks.

Any gourmet would be thrilled to create and cook in this open chef’s kitchen featuring a GE Monogram wine cooler, granite counter top, Kitchen Aid refrigerator, Thermadore gas top and oven. Clean up is fast and easy with the convenience of a Bosch dishwasher. Living luxuriously means having conveniences at your fingertips and this residence also features a Maytag washer and dryer as well as a private storage cage for additional storage needs. The building features a 24 hour doorman, bike room and a private keyed elevator.

Combining the fun of loft-style living with the conveniences provided with high end living, this apartment has a downtown feel but is only steps away from Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center, Time Warner and the greenest, largest park in New York City, Central Park. 426 West 58th Street is also within walking distance of fine markets, elegant dining, shopping and public transportation.

With a rare opportunity to live in the heart of one of New York City’s most lively neighborhoods, you will want to see this fabulous residence for yourself.

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