Prewar Coop Built 1926 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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This stylish and handsome âPre-war 6â is in excellent condition and is located in a prime Park Avenue location in the East 80s. This gracious and sunny apartment features open exposures south and west over Park Avenue. The apartment has an elegant gallery foyer which leads to a large corner living room with a gas fireplace and four windows with deep window seats. A formal dining room is adjoining, and has extensive built-in storage and a banquette. There is a butler's pantry adjacent to the fully-equipped chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and cabinetry by Small Bone. Beyond the kitchen is a staff room which is currently being used as a home office, but could alternatively work as a breakfast room. A staff bath with washer/dryer is adjoining.
On the other side of the apartment is a lovely master bedroom facing Park Avenue, with ample closet space and a recently renovated marble bathroom with a large walk-in shower. There is a spacious second bedroom which is currently being used as a library with attractive built-in bookcases, and there is a second full bathroom. The apartment is characterized by high ceilings, handsome hardwood floors, architectural details, and through-the-wall air conditioning in all the principal rooms.
1035 Park Avenue is a well-established co-operative building, and provides its residents with individual storage, bike storage, and a private gym. Pets are welcome. The building is perfectly positioned on the corner of Park Avenue and 86th Street and is convenient to major transportation, and is steps away from Central Park, world-class museums and galleries, restaurants, top schools, and fine dining. The Upper East Side is known as one of Manhattan's most vibrant and desirable neighborhoods, and 1035 Park Avenue is at its epicenter