Prewar Coop Built 1925 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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This grand full floor residence is located in a top Fifth Avenue prewar cooperative and enjoys dramatic views of Central Park and the Central Park West skyline. The gracious entry foyer opens to the large corner living room, the paneled library and the formal dining room. Each of the entertaining rooms has a wood burning fireplace and Central Park views. The primary suite and three additional bedrooms have open southern exposures and are flooded with sunlight. The large primary bedroom has a wood burning fireplace, a separate corner study, two full baths and abundant closet space. The service area includes a sunny and spacious chef's kitchen, breakfast room, pantry and laundry room. A corner staff suite, which includes a sitting room, two staff bedrooms and a full bath, can be accessed off of the main hall or the service hall. Other highlights of the apartment include ten foot ceilings, herringbone floors, intricately carved moldings and marble mantle pieces. 1030 Fifth Avenue is a full service cooperative and was designed by renowned architect, JER Carpenter in 1925. The building permits financing up to 30% of the purchase price and there is a 2% flip tax paid by the purchaser.