Prewar Condo Built 1925 in
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Enjoy the charm and serenity of a townhouse, overlooking trees, and the security and service of one of Manhattans top condominiums in this generously proportioned, mint condition 2,057 sq. ft. two bedroom, three bath apartment. Enter into the gracious foyer and proceed up two steps into the grand living/entertaining space. Originally designed to accommodate a living/dining room and possibly a library/den, this very inviting, grand room (206 x 347) with five windows is currently totally open affording multiple seating areas and space for formal dining for elegant entertaining or relaxed, private times at home. A bedroom hall leads to a second bedroom with en-suite bath and proceeds into the master suite which is tucked to the right affording an added element of privacy. Three closets and a master bath with double sinks, a tub and stall shower complete this quiet, elegant retreat. Both bedrooms overlook trees. Off of the foyer is the rare eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, complete with a washer/dryer, where you can comfortably enjoy your morning coffee and paper or cozy informal family dinners. Discreetly positioned to the right off the foyer is a full third bath to accommodate your guests. Built in 1925 and designed by James Carpenter, 610 Park Avenue is a white glove pre-war condominium occupying the world-class southwest corner of Park Avenue and 65th Street. Residents enjoy a fitness center, valet service and the renowned restaurant Daniel in the building.