New York city has an amazing diversity of neighborhoods and North of Madison Square Park (NoMad) is, after the restoration of the park in 2001, an exciting neighborhood with beautiful residences (Chelsey Clinton chose to live here), luxury hotels, upscale businesses and many trendy restaurants.
In the middle of this exciting NoMad neighborhood, you will find a building, or to be exactly 2 buildings merged together totally different from the rest. It celebrates the marriage of a classic pre-war building with a modern post-war building located at 88 & 90 Lexington.
88 Lexington is the pre-war building in which we give you a peek in a stunning residence of 2,319 square feet featuring three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and this home is exclusively designed by interior-decorating retailer RH (formerly known as Restoration Hardware). The residence incorporates pieces from the “RH Modern” line, which offers a nice contemporary and luxury feel to the interior.
The residence features neutral furnishings throughout giving it a calming color palette. and character and some playfulness are added by artfully placed bold accents.
The apartment has an elegantly proportioned living room featuring a large comfortable plush washed Belgian white linen covered sectional corner sofa set. The 60” cast root coffee table with a bronze finished is a center of attention for sure.
There are many more accents to be found in the living room including a Bezier panel six-door media console and the Niccolo floating leaner mirror with a bronze finish. The living room has 4 windows providing a lot of light and airiness to it.
The kitchen has all the amenities a luxury kitchen should have and boasts a round dining table with a Pauillac round chandelier above it. Also it has a La Salle metal-wrapped glass sideboard and hutch and a porthole bar to make it complete.
And then there is the master bedroom. This one acts as the ultimate sanctuary, a safe heaven with its caramel-colored upholstered panel bed ready to embrace you when you feel the need for a nap or some relaxing time, the dresser with nice gold detailing, the brown oak nightstand and white ottoman and chair.
Throughout the apartment there is an abundance of bold décor such as a Nomon clock, a brass steer skull and avant-garde paintings and artworks decorating the walls, emphasizing its gallery-inspired walls and giving the residence a clean, timeless aesthetic ambiance with a modern touch.
All this beauty is listed for $4,720,000.