Halstead Property Lists 42 East 20th Street and 50 Madison Avenue 9

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Check out these amazing properties, courtesy of Halstead Property‘s Louise Phillips Forbes.

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42 East 20th Street

This is the home that defines luxury living! An exceptional 5-bedroom duplex penthouse in triple mint condition with 4,500 square feet of custom finishes, designer details and high-end materials. The meticulous renovations showcase the palatial layout in this prestigious condominium which includes a great room that measures approximately 42′ x 23′ with ceiling heights of 13-feet and 8-foot windows. This majestic space is perfect for entertaining and includes two wood-burning fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling built-ins for displaying art, books, and fine china. A substantial library offers a more intimate setting complete with custom built-in bookshelves, wet bar, Sub-zero ice maker and Fisher & Paykel dishwasher. The heart of the home is an open chef’s kitchen with a crescent-shaped banquette and stunning 3cm Calacatta Paonazzo marble island.

Open House: Sunday, March 06, 2016, 11:00 – 12:30

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50 Madison Avenue 9

An irresistible trifecta! Situated where Nomad meets Flatiron, this exceptional, full-floor, three-bedroom condo with a key-locked elevator boasts 2,630 square feet, 10-foot ceilings, and stunning open views of Madison Square Park and iconic New York buildings including the Flatiron, MetLife Clock Tower, and Freedom Tower. Facing south, two giant eight-foot picture windows in the oversized great room reveal all the seasonal majesty of the entire six-acre park below as well as the beauty of the sky from dawn to dusk. From the 9th floor, the corner apartment has an intimate, human-scale relationship with nature and the park itself. The contemporary minimalist styling of the renovated home in excellent condition complements the grand outdoors. Throughout all the common rooms, white herringbone wood floors complete an interior design that plays to the abundance of light and views.

Open House: Sunday, March 06, 2016, 1:00 – 2:30