Prewar Coop Built 1930 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
This is an elegant and serene 9 room (originally 10 rooms), prewar duplex in one of Emory Roth's most beautiful buildings. The impressive residence is entered from a shared elevator lobby into a gracious gallery from which all the major rooms flow. A spacious and airy living room has a wood burning fireplace and faces east over Park Avenue. Across the gallery there is a handsome, formal dining room opposite a large library with powder room (originally a full bath). The grand scale of the home continues with the splendid, house like staircase leading to the upper level with three bedrooms. The large, corner master bedroom with views of Park Avenue enjoys double exposures, abundant closets and an en-suite bathroom. The 2 additional oversized bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath and have excellent storage. Rounding out this special home is a huge, windowed, eat-in, chef's kitchen, a butler's pantry, staff room, utility room and full bath. Prewar details abound in this glorious apartment and include exceptional light, soaring ceilings, huge windows, exquisite floors, choice moldings and generous storage throughout.784 Park Avenue is a full service, white glove cooperative building.