This beaux-art limestone mansion was built in 1904 by architects Schwartz and Gross, renowned for building The Mark and The Surrey hotels, so you know you're in good company. A grand, solid bronze gated entrance lies between you and your sophisticated apartment – it really is the epitome of style and refinement. It's the sort of place we step into and immediately think that we would've been much better suited to life as a New York socialite during the city's Gilded Age. We loved the fab fireplace, cute terrace and proximity to Museum Mile.
You're just half a block from the iconic Central Park and no more than a fifteen-minute walk from fancy French fare at UES institution Daniel or melt-in-the-mouth seafood at Sushi of Gari. Better still, your lovely hosts offer daily housekeeping and laundry, as well as a butler service for whom not ...