This Gold-Coast Fifth Avenue Masterpiece at the Stanhope spanning one-half floor and boasting over 4,300 square feet offers over 40ft of impressive Central Park views directly over the Metropolitan Museum. Showcasing pre-war distinction with unparalleled craftsmanship and design, every detail of this home is up to the most exacting standards. One enters this striking home by way of a gracious entry gallery flanked with storage featuring stunning vein cut grey onyx floors. The grand living room comprised of four oversized deep-set windows showcasing breathtaking views of Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum and allowing plentiful Western sunlight. The fully equipped Smallbone of Devizes Kitchen encompasses an eat-in area as well as a top-of-the line appliance package featuring Subzero refrigerator, six-burner Viking range, a separate wine cooler and built-in espresso machine. Beautifully finished espresso brown hardwood plank floors run throughout the home. The sleeping quarters are nicely separated on the southeast wing and feature a large corner master suite complete with two large walk-in closets and a sumptuous windowed five fixture marble master bath. There are four additional well-proportioned bedrooms, all with en-suite baths and custom outfitted closets. This home also houses a private laundry room as well as additional storage available. The entire residence features a Central Lutron Homeworks lighting system and is controlled by master audio, video, lighting, electronic window treatment and thermostat touchpad automated systems. The finest marbles, stones, woods and moldings, fixtures and finishes are used throughout the home. This masterfully crafted home offers ultimate privacy at an enviable Fifth Avenue address. The Stanhope, designed by the legendary Rosario Candela, is a full-service luxury white-glove building. Amenities include the La Palestra Spa and breakfast lounge, library and billiards room, 24-hour doorman and concierge, and tailored Upper East Side refinement.