Harry Winston is known as the King of Diamonds and Jeweler to the Stars. Of course, you expect his home to be as stunning as his jewelry. His Fifth Avenue apartment doesn’t disappoint. It’s currently on the market for $32. 5 million.
927 Fifth Avenue was built in 1917. It was designed by Warren & Wetmore, the chief architects of the renowned Grand Central Terminal. It was designed in the Renaissance Revival style. The limestone building is 12 stories high. It’s a cooperative, with each floor comprising an apartment. It’s located across the street from Central Park in Manhattan, and the building provides beautiful views of the city and the park.
The 9th Floor Apartment
Harry Winston’s apartment is located on the 9th floor. It has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. A formal dining room and living room provide a great space for entertaining. Cozier features include a butler’s pantry, eat-in kitchen, 6 fireplaces, and a library.
The apartment features an astounding 27 oversized windows. High ceilings and herringbone hardwood floors add luxury to the apartment.
It’s decorated in a range of styles. The red room has red and black patterned walls and matching curtains. The red carpet and red furniture contribute to the theme. A white table is the focal point of the room and offers a stark contrast.
One bathroom has beige marble walls, a floor, and a bathtub. It has a Victorian appeal. Another bathroom is the picture of modern style. It features a black floor and vanity. The bathtub is white. The bottom half of the wall is white tile. It’s topped by a strip of black tile. The top half of the wall is white.
The formal dining room also has a Victorian feel. It features yellow walls and a hardwood herringbone floor. The dining table sits in the middle of the spacious room. A white marble fireplace provides warmth and a focal point for the room.
The kitchen is stark white. The cabinets, counters, and tile floor are all white. There’s a wooden dining table in the center of the kitchen. A chandelier of white round lightbulbs hangs above the table.
The apartment has two living rooms. The first is a formal living room. The room is large and open, with a brightly patterned carpet adorning the floor. The upholstery is cream-colored, while the tables are rich wood.
The walls are white, which allows the crystal chandelier to stand out. The white fireplace features an intricate design on the mantle. Artwork is displayed throughout the room.
The second living room is designed to be cozy and comfortable. It features white walls and tan carpet. A large patterned sofa and an oversized dark wood coffee table bring an intimate feel to the room.
The 12 apartment building provides Manhattan residents with the utmost privacy. A doorman greets residents when they enter the building. There is also an elevator attendant and a lobby attendant.
The building includes laundry as well. Other amenities include a fitness room and a wine cellar.