Prewar Coop Built 1930 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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This extremely rare and glamourous Penthouse Duplex is perched high atop a most distinguished white-glove prewar cooperative and ideally situated on Park Avenue and East 74th Street. The delightful residence boasts dramatic views of Central Park and is open, airy and flooded with sunlight from every room. Featuring multiple planted terraces, the home is ideal for grand and gracious indoor-outdoor entertaining. A private elevator landing opens directly to a charming gallery with views onto the terrace. Beyond there is an immensely grand corner Living Room with soaring ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and stunning views of Central Park. Tall French doors flood the room with sunlight and allow access to the expansive Terrace. A beautifully proportioned Library/Dining Room is adjacent and has access to another large planted terrace that makes a wonderful outdoor Dining Area. Located beyond is a spacious Eat-In Kitchen with corner exposures and more stunning views. A Laundry Room, Powder Room and Coat Closet, and the Second Bedroom with ensuite Bath are also located on this level. Upstairs, the corner Master Bedroom is a jewel box with tall ceilings, walls of glass, and extremely bright exposures opening onto a large terrace with views of Central Park. Erected in 1930, 784 Park Avenue is a full service cooperative which was designed by the great Emery Roth in collaboration with the renowned firm of McKim, Mead & White. This one of a kind New York residence with dazzling views is truly a trophy Penthouse and is ready to be re-imagined by your architect and designer.