Rarely does such a gracious two-bedroom home with stunning direct Central Park views become available. Situated on a high floor in one of the most prestigious white glove prewar co-ops on Fifth Avenue, this large combination apartment offers over 2,500 square feet, including over 50 feet of direct Central Park views. The spacious entrance gallery - with an adjacent wet bar - immediately greets you with light, views and grandeur. The elegant, oversized living/dining room features two large picture windows with spectacular views of Central Park and flows seamlessly into the wood paneled library with the same breathtaking views. Accessible from the library as well as the entrance gallery is the updated kitchen and service area with washer/dryer. Separate sleeping quarters off a hallway include an immense primary bedroom with direct Central Park views as well as a large second bedroom with bright open city views, both with renovated full bathrooms and multiple large walk-in closets. There is a powder room for guests that is perfectly located off of the entrance gallery. The home is accentuated by central air conditioning, ample closet space and additional private storage in the basement. Built in 1927 and designed by the renowned architect J.E.R. Carpenter, 825 Fifth Avenue is one of the most distinguished pre-war co-operative buildings on Fifth Avenue. It offers its residents the highest level of service and security, including full-time doormen, porters, concierge, elevator attendant and a private, residents-only restaurant with room service. Monthly Restaurant Charge: $665. Monthly Assessment: $563. Pets and pied-a-terres allowed. No financing permitted. There is a 3% flip tax paid by buyer.