Sterling Place Ph5a, Brooklyn, NY, 11217 | Property for sale | Savills
167.23 sq m(1,800 sq ft)
Guide price $5,350,000(€4,984,675)

Sterling Place Ph5aBrooklyn, NY, 11217

    Key features

    • Luxurious penthouse
    • Private terrace
    • 3 bedrooms
    • Wonderful views
    • Beautiful finishes

    The Penthouse at 133 Sterling Place offers a private full floor lifestyle with quality and features thought to be implausible with city living.

    About this property

    • A truly once in a lifetime lifestyle becomes attainable in this full floor private Residence PH5A at 133 Sterling Place. This luxurious penthouse unit sacrifices nothing in its successful pursuit to provide absolute privacy, expansive outdoor space, and impeccable, sun-drenched interiors. Boasting three spacious bedrooms, two modern bathrooms and laden with bespoke details, Residence PH5A provides the perfect symmetry of elegance and comfort.

      Upon entering, one will be bathed in sunlight pouring from the 17 large windows dressed in electric shades and greeted by the warm, inviting 5" Brazilian Walnut floors. The open-concept living area is highlighted by a hand-carved Italian stone, Mendota Remote-Thermostat gas fireplace, the perfect centerpiece for cosy evenings with family and friends.

      Residence PH5A provides a sensory journey created through impeccable interior design. While enjoying music from the Atlantic Surround Sound System, one will notice the exquisite wall coverings. These elegant touches elevate the home creating an atmosphere of sophistication and refined taste. The private 200 SF terrace opens gracefully from the living room to extend to a tranquil outdoor seating alcove with Brooklyn Brownstone views.

      Carefully curated from personal heritages, from the Italian Key Cucine kitchen to Antonio Lupi bathrooms as well as Asian herringbone-linen wall covering by Philip Jeffries: Modern/Contemporary meets Art Deco. The baths are equally impressive, designed by Italy's Antonio Lupi and featuring German-made Dornbracht fixtures. With luxurious finishes and expert craftsmanship, such as porcelain metal infused tiles from Spain, the baths create a serene retreat, sublime for unwinding after a long day. A vented design from Italy's Key Cucine, Quartzite countertops and backsplash, as well as custom brass kitchen handles by Buster & Punch, London are tasteful and elegant. A Thermador refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Wolf stove, custom Wolf outside vented hood and Sub-Zero wine refrigerator add the perfect finishing touches to this elite space.

      The corner penthouse at 133 Sterling Place offers a private 1,800 square foot lush, urban oasis where Brooklyn and Manhattan sunsets and skyline vistas await. This roof deck draws inspiration from the interior of the home, flawlessly renovated for both relaxation and entertainment: it features Restoration Hardware furnishings complimented by a Teak dining table and teak loungers shipped directly from Thailand. Host parties with friends and family using the outdoor grill and enjoy the shade and protection from the elements provided by the Shade F/X dining canopy imported from Canada. Functionality is not sacrificed as the deck was thoughtfully designed with a 4-zone irrigation system, perfect for maintaining the flourishing greenery that surrounds you. The parameter lighting creates a sultry ambiance, while the electricity and water line hookup provide added convenience. The Synlawn turf grass creates a serene and inviting atmosphere. This turf grass is specifically designed to absorb less heat, keeping you and your pets cool and comfortable on even the warmest days.

      One of the most remarkable features of this stunning roof deck is the complete privacy it offers. You'll enjoy a sense of seclusion and tranquillity, as the outdoor space is not visible to any neighbours or neighbouring buildings. In addition to its unparalleled privacy, the roof deck offers expansive city views that are protected by the Landmark Preservation Commission. You can enjoy the beautiful skyline and iconic architecture of the city with the peace of mind that your view will remain unobstructed. Whether practicing a peaceful, morning yoga session or hosting a lively dinner party with friends, this roof deck offers an iconic setting for all your outdoor activities. Experience the pinnacle of luxury living in the heart of Park Slope.

      Penthouse 5A is the bespoke home that is a rare gem offering an unrivalled living experience in an historically significant neighbourhood. Surrounded by the most highly desired public and private schools Berkeley Carroll (around the corner) and Poly Prep, Prospect Park, breathtaking residential architecture, The Brooklyn Museum, BAM, The Botanical Gardens, The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music as well as multiple subway lines to Manhattan, this property is truly a masterpiece of culture, bucolic streets, and a small-town vibe within a cityscape. Residence 5A at 133 Sterling Place is an opportunity to indulge in tranquillity and sophistication without sacrificing the adventure of city living. The Vermeil is ideally located off Seventh Avenue and features 22 units in a 5-story elevator building designed within landmark guidelines. This well-established condominium features a video intercom, a community room, low common charges, a heated garage, and basement storage units. Deeded Parking is another luxury that can be purchased, the perfect finish to the ultimate Brooklyn luxury lifestyle.

      Floors: 5" Brazilian Walnut
      Fireplace: Hand-carved Italian stone, Mendota Remote-Thermostat Gas fireplace
      Windows: Solar-treated Window Shades: Electric shades by The Shade Store controlled by remote and smartphone timer app (dining room, living room, kitchen, den, and primary bedroom)
      HVAC: Daiken two-zone HVAC units and heat pumps with two Nest Thermostats (remote and smartphone timer app controlled); highly rated, super quiet Condensers (latest technology, High Energy Star rating)
      Wall Coverings: Japanese Linen from Phillip Jefferies; Metallic from Armani Casa
      Sound System: Atlantic Technology Surround Sound System built into ceiling and walls
      Bathroom: German Dornbracht fixtures; Porcelain Metal-Infused tiles from Spain distributed by Materials, Inc.; Stone floor from Stone Source NYC
      Kitchen: Vented kitchen from Italy's Key Cucine; Quartzite backsplash and countertops; Brass handles by Buster & Punch, London; Thermador refrigerator; Sub Zero wine refrigerator; Miele dishwasher; Custom Wolf outside vented hood
      Laundry: In-unit, Bosch washer and dryer
      Private 1800 SF Roof Deck: Views protected by Landmark Preservation Commission; Restoration Hardware furnishings; teak dining table and loungers imported from Thailand; Weber grill; Shade F/X dining canopy imported from Canada; Parameter lighting; 4-zone irrigation system; Synlawn turf grass; water line hookup, has electricity.
      Private Terrace: 200 SF
      Community Room with Terrace and Bouncy House - perfect for working from home and childcare.
      Storage transfers with the sale of the Penthouse.

    Local information

    • Just as Central Park was the catalyst for a Manhattan building boom, Prospect Park had a similar effect when it opened in 1867; it just took a bit longer to get going. But by the 1880s and 1890s, Victorian mansions began going up on Prospect Park West — the so-called “Gold Coast” renowned for its park views. The opening of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1883 also hastened development, resulting in the construction of brick and brownstone townhouses. In the mid-20th century, Park Slope was ahead of its time. Those Victorian mansions, divided into apartments in the intervening years, started being restored to single-family homes in the 1960s. That grand 19th-century architecture, plus proximity to the park, drew and continues to draw residents. From long before Brooklyn's current moment of cool, Park Slope has maintained an allure like nowhere else in the borough.