Rarely available in Manhattan, this dramatic duplex penthouse featured in Architectural digest, should not be missed. Surrounded by a terrace, high atop a white glove prewar building, the stage is set by a 20 foot glass window with calming views into the lushly textured garden along the parapet wall. The rooftop vistas and glimpses of Central Park are sublime. The layout is perfection with an eat-in kitchen, two sizable master suites and an office located on the upper balcony optimizing the open views through the massive western wall of windows. A tremendous amount of attention to detail was applied to this home with wired sound, lighting to enhance evening entertaining on the terrace and central air conditioning.
The landmarked 12-story beige brick co-op on the corner of Madison and East 64th, was designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1922 as a neo-Renaissance style apartment house with only 41 units. A white glove building in every way. On staff are doormen, hall men, and a live-in super. The building has wireless internet service, bike room, basement storage, a laundry room and allows washer/dryers. It's also pet friendly.
Building Features 12 Floors41 Units
Sold: Oct 03, 2011
-16.17% from ask / 126 Days to Sell
2 Beds / 2.5 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: -
Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens
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