Prewar Coop Built 1930 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Offering one of the most captivating views of New York City and the East River, this grand Penthouse occupies the South corner of one of the citys most legendary and prestigious white-glove cooperatives.This extraordinary 12-room residence features a private elevator landing that leads to outstanding entertaining rooms with grand proportions, soaring 12.5-foot ceilings and unparalleled views. Floor-to-ceiling picture windows perfectly frame mesmerizing views of the East River and beyond. A stately 29-foot gallery leads to an elegant 32-foot x 20-foot Living Room with wood-burning fireplace and three large scale windows overlooking the East River, as well as a magnificent corner Library which opens into a fully landscaped wrap-around South terrace floating above the East River. The expansive 23-foot x 22-foot formal Dining Room offers a wood-burning fireplace and captures beautiful views of the river through a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. Significant number of closets, ample storage space and a two-zone central air-conditioning complete this one-of-a-kind property. The luxurious Master Bedroom suite with an oversized dressing room and an architecturally designed windowed marble bathroom, features a wood-burning fireplace and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped terraces. The second bedroom suite with a wood-burning fireplace of its own, has direct access to the surrounding southwest terrace. Two additional bedroom suites with gracious proportions have their own windowed baths and offer wonderful light and views from their multiple exposures. The vast, light filled eat-in-kitchen with skylights is outfitted with custom cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances and features direct access to the large North and West terrace with ample space for al fresco dining. A large storage room and a double staff room suite can also be found in this wing of the Penthouse. One of New York City's most prestigious addresses, 10 Gracie Square is distinguished by a through-block driveway to 83rd Street, a unique facade treatment and an elegant and monumental rooftop design consisting of columns that form a memorable loggia at the crown of the building. The vaulted private driveway is a signature architectural element of the building with its own marble walkway. Shareholders and guests are able to drive through the carport and disembark in front of their private lobby (there are three separate lobbies along the drive way). This prewar building was completed in 1930 and offers its residents a full-time doorman, attended elevator, garden, fitness center, its own indoor basketball/squash court and storage. There is a contribution at closing of 3% of the purchase price.