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924 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021

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1080 Fifth Avenue

Classic Five rooms with Central Park/Reservoir Views
on Fabulous Fifth Avenue

[Living Dining Rooms]


Marcy Pedas Sigler, Stribling & Associates, Ltd.

Asking Price: $2,400,000
Monthly Maintenance Charges: $2,540.00 (includes utilities)
[Guggenheim Museum] [Winter Scene] An elegant, sun-filled corner apartment with direct Central Park and Reservoir views. This 'Classic Five' home consists of a gracious entry foyer, spacious living room, corner dining room, windowed kitchen, two bedrooms and two baths. Features include floor to ceiling windows throughout, ample closet space and a separate off premise private storage room. The view flooded apartment's western exposure offers direct, panoramic Central Park and Reservoir views.

The views South include the Guggenheim Museum's Rotunda with unobstructed Fifth Avenue views to the Empire State building and Central Park South city skyline. 1080 Fifth Avenue is a distinguished, fully serviced building, Carnegie Hill restaurants and upscale shops provide the best in city living. This sophisticated home offers a peaceful oasis on Fifth Avenue's coveted ' museum mile'. Apartment needs TLC.


[Floor plan]
50% Financing Permitted on Individual Basis
2% Flip Tax payable by seller
South and West exposures:
Basement Storage Bin
2 Bedrooms/2 baths
Gracious Entry Foyer
Oversized Living Room
Corner Dining Room
Windowed Kitchen
A corner view-flooded home, in need of TLC, located in a distinguished, fully serviced building, with direct views of Central Park and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir. Carnegie Hill restaurants and upscale shops provide the best in city living.


by Marcy Sigler, Stribling & Associates, Ltd.

[Winter Scene] Carnegie Hill made its debut on the Manhattan landscape in 1901 with the appearance of Andrew Carnegie's ornate 65-room neo-Georgian mansion (now the Cooper-Hewitt Museum) on Fifth Avenue and Ninety-First Street. The industrialist's home, built on the highest ground on the Upper East Side (115 feet above sea level) at a cost of $1,500,000 provided "the fresh air and sunshine" prescribed by Carnegie's physician.

Other turn-of-century plutocrats, seeking to escape the noise, traffic and business encroachment of Midtown, followed Carnegie northward on fashionable "Millionaire's Row" by filling the semi-rural high ground with their mansions and elegant side-street townhouses.

The area's side streets were quickly lined by London townhouses and private schools, protecting a truly elite, discreet, quiet and privileged residential lifestyle.

[Winter Scene] For many decades, developers passed over Carnegie Hill, leaving intact its historical integrity. Surviving are over 100 grand buildings—palaces of the industrialists, bankers, ambassadors and merchants—which collectively serve with Central Park to give permanence to Manhattan's most coveted commodity: sunlight. Carnegie Hill, a stable residential community between Eighty-Sixth and Ninety-Sixth Streets, Fifth to Third Avenues, is still home to many of New York's prominent families. Devoted to family and privacy, the area with its quiet, tree-lined streets and well-tended brownstones has an abundance of excellent private and public schools.

Catering to the daily needs of the area are the eateries, boutiques and friendly shops (many owned by neighborhood residents) located on Madison and Lexington Avenues. Cozy and welcoming neighborhood restaurants, world-famous museums and the recreational facilities of Central Park (including the 1.5 mile jogging track which encircles the reservoir) help make life pleasant.


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E-mail Marcy Pedas Sigler: msigler@stribling.com
Tel. (212) 452-4432