This bold and inspiring home, located in the prestigious Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York, affords luxurious entertaining, intimate family gatherings, and gallery-style art showcases. The rich history of this truly unique space is written in the inimitable details of its architecture and design. Initially constructed as an oversized, luxury artist’s loft, the three bedroom residence features an awe-inspiring double-height living room that originally served as a massive sculpting studio, and is simply unparalleled by any other space in the world, with its baronial proportions and magnificent floor-to-ceiling window overlooking The Museum of Natural History.
A series of renovations and installations have transformed the home into a livable work of art, punctuated by unexpected details and design elements that include hand-painted ceilings, ornate crown moldings, floor-to-ceiling Corinthian columns, and a massive 17th-Century stone fireplace imported from the Iberian Peninsula. The precise architectural dimensions of the residence’s grand, open, light-infused spaces set the ideal stage for any avid art collector to showcase pieces ranging from Picasso and Dalí to Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst.
This absolutely stunning loft space is listed for sale at $20,000,000, from here.