Boasting panoramic views of Central Park and the New York City skyline, “Versailles in the Sky,” located at 50 Central Park South, just reappeared on the market for $50 million.
Owned by financier Howard Marks and his wife, Nancy, the full-floor, 4,536-square-foot apartment has 92 feet of park footage, with interiors designed by Michael S. Smith and architecture by Oscar Shamamian.
The five-room, ultra-luxurious home features a living room with northern and southern exposure, stucco Veneziano walls; and a parquet de Versailles-patterned floor of German silver hand-hammered over wood, not to mention an 18th Century-style dining room and a Coco Chanel-inspired library, fitted with 18th-Century Chinese lacquer panels.
Each room of the elegant apartment boasts rare finishes and 10-foot ceilings.
The neoclassical two-bedroom is one of only 12 large condominium residences located atop the Ritz-Carlton New York Hotel, which offers its residents a private lobby, impeccable security, unparalleled hotel services, and ample amenities including an on-site fitness center and spa.
Photos and details courtesy of Sotheby’s