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Built in 1887 by William Noble and architect Edward J. Angell, this mansion is one of few remaining single residences on Central Park. Contemporary grandeur juxtaposes historic prewar details in this magnificent architectural masterpiece. The parlor floor and living area boast double-height ceilings and gallery-size walls for art. Great room is flooded with natural light from dome-shaped skylight. Other features include 60' +/- fresh water lap pool, professional fitness/massage areas, state-of-the-art media room, 5 large bedrooms, 6 baths, 2 half baths, 2 offices, master suite with bow-front window seat, dressing area, spa bath and terrace. Professional chef's kitchen for grand entertaining. Zen garden with outdoor dining. Roof terrace with sweeping park views. High ceilings throughout. Elevator. Meticulously renovated and transformed into a 21st century work of art. A divine beauty on prime Central Park West. Click links above to take a virtual tour.