Entertainer Kerry Washington’s previous loft in New York City’s Lincoln Square area on the Upper West Side formally hits the market for $25 million.
The Scandal entertainer leased the home for about a year in 2019 (and, surprisingly, appeared its stylish insides, planned by RH, in Architectural Digest every year).
Washington lived in the loft while she featured in “American Son” on Broadway. What’s more, the following purchaser makes certain to be similar however stricken as Washington seemed to be with its inconceivable perspectives, roomy format, expressions, and culture-centered neighborhood contributions.
PH2A is situated in One Riverside Park at 50 Riverside Boulevard somewhere in the range of 61st and 62nd, simply obstructs from the Lincoln Center and different attractions.
“This house is a superb glass chateau overhead with 100 direct feet of facing taking off over the Hudson River,” says Carolina Bravo, posting specialist with SERHANT.
“It is a full-floor penthouse with a private keyed lift landing, however, what makes it genuinely extraordinary and exceptional is that it has four openings (North, South, East, and West) offering tremendous perspectives on both the stream and the Manhattan horizon.”
PH2A traverses a full floor, with private lift access, and is wrapped with floor-to-roof windows. The fortunate proprietor will appreciate ideal perspectives on the Hudson River. The penthouse has six rooms and 7.5 restrooms over its 6,168 square feet. One of PH2A’s most desired highlights is its sheer size and open-plan design.
The private lift opens to a light-filled, 60-foot extraordinary room, which includes a glance through the chimney that isolates the living region and the lounge area. Off the feasting region is an enormous, eat-in kitchen that typifies a smooth, current plan with its custom white cabinetry and white marble ledge.
It’s difficult to accept this extensive kitchen is in a New York apartment suite building and not a rambling single-family home.
Since the penthouse traverses the total of the floor, it offers four openings, including perspectives on the Hudson River and the Manhattan Skyline. By day, the condo gets a lot of light (regardless of whether it’s cloudy), and around evening time, the city shimmers.
The essential suite has a custom stroll in California wardrobes, a peaceful living room, and two restrooms. The feature is the Zuma splashing tub and the custom vanities. Different rooms highlight an en-suite washroom and a lot of wardrobe space, making it the ideal home for huge families or people who like to have companions.
There’s likewise a media room with an underlying wine cooler, a mudroom, pantry, and an additional powder room.