GRAND CLASSIC SIX on Central Park West Gorgeous 2/3 bedroom grand classic six featuring direct Central Park above the tree-top views. This exceptional apartment is one of the few prewar condominiums on CPW of this size available. It has been extremely well-maintained by its present long-term owner and is in excellent condition which includes original plaster moldings, plaster walls and Brazilian walnut floors (one of the building's signatures). Ceiling heights vary but average 9.5 feet. An entry foyer opens into a spacious entrance gallery with separate powder room and closet; to the left of the entrance gallery is the 26 x 14 foot step-down living room with a sweeping view, at the perfect level, of Central Park. The room accommodates a baby grand piano, separate seating area with a bay window allowing East, North and South views, and the Central Park South iconic skyline. The primary bedroom is very large and has direct Park views, measuring approximately 32 feet in length which includes a dressing area and en-suite bath featuring a large tub and stall shower plus two large closets. The West facing second bedroom also hosts an en-suite windowed bathroom and two large closets and is currently used as a den/library. The grand dining room is 20 x 12 feet which has a large window facing West over the building's recently renovated central courtyard. Adjacent to the dining room is 21 x 7 windowed kitchen with washer/dryer, plus a separate entrance. Even more: there's a third bedroom/home office/nursery with an adjacent 1/2 bath. Electricity and gas are included in the common charges, as are (for an additional fee) cable TV and Wi-Fi. The Century is an Art Deco building with landmark status and a superior full-service condominium built in the early 1930s with an elegant lobby, landscaped courtyard & three full-service entrances. The building is smoke free and pet friendly. It's a prime Manhattan location across from Central Park, a block from Lincoln Center and convenient and easily accessible to Columbus Circle, a Whole Foods Market, The Museum of Arts and Design & multiple public transportation options brings NYC life to its fullest.