The Ardsley, a prized Upper West Side Art Deco jewel designed by master architect Emory Roth—revered for his many iconic New York buildings including The Beresford, The San Remo, and The Eldorado—is home to a truly magical creation commanding the building’s top three floors. Boasting 15-foot ceilings in the living room, dining room, and library, the apartment artfully melds grandness of scale with livability and comfort. Two large terraces on either side of the 22nd floor—opening off the living room, library, and kitchen—have unobstructed views in four directions, including eastward over Central Park. The terraces can accommodate large parties, yet are serene enough for a lazy afternoon of reading. A wood-burning fireplace in the living room lends charm and warmth; a wonderful eat-in-kitchen on the northwest corner opens directly to the terrace. Room dimensions are those of an exceptionally gracious townhouse. Four en-suite bedrooms with a sweet wrap terrace on the 21st floor create the perfect separation of public and private space. A generous guest or staff suite and laundry area comprises the 23rd floor, and the building’s amenities include a beautifully restored lobby, full-time white-glove staff, a gym, and library.