Off the semi-private elevator landing is a gracious foyer with generous closets that opens to an expansive living room with adjacent dining room, elegantly separated by sliding beveled glass pocket doors beneath a graceful glass -paneled arch. Each room overlooks tree-lined 75th Street. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace with an elegant carved marble mantle.
The windowed eat-in kitchen boasts marble and butcher block countertops, mounted glass paneled wall cabinets, a center counter with double sinks, and an abundance of storage making it ideal for any chef as well as for informal dining. Off the kitchen is a windowed staff room with full bath, which can be recreated as a third bedroom/home office or restored to a second staff room.
The two bedrooms are on the opposite side of the home, creating a separation between the public rooms and private living quarters. The gracious primary bedroom, with floor-to-ceiling enclosed cabinets, features a stunning unobstructed view over tree-lined Park Avenue and 75th Street, and offers a sliver view of Central Park. The second bedroom, accessed by a separate hallway off the foyer, also faces the avenue. Both rooms have ensuite bathrooms with glass enclosed tubs and ample storage space.
All rooms have unobstructed views from their 18 windows.
The home has been beautifully maintained throughout. Some of its other notable features include: 9'4' ceilings, herringbone patterned hardwood oak floors, ceramic tiled kitchen and bathrooms floors, crown moldings and baseboards, through-wall enclosed HVAC units in all main rooms, an enclosed, vented Miele washer/dryer with automatic shutoff, a SubZero refrigerator/freezer, KitchenAid dishwasher, Magic Chef counter top range, GE mounted oven and matching storage cabinets beneath, an abundance of closets and storage, concrete, sound proof perimeter construction, plaster and paint interior walls, and other special prewar details.
The home of an established sculptor and painter, the apartment has ample wall space and lighting to showcase paintings and arched alcoves to present other art objects.
Built in 1917, 815 Park Avenue is a white-glove prewar co-op designed by Rouse & Goldstone, and features a full-time doorman, gym, game room, laundry facilities and private storage for each apartment. Pets and 50% financing permitted. 2% flip tax. Located near the finest dining, shopping and cultural attractions the city has to offer.
Building Features 14 Floors47 Units
Listed on Jun 15, 2022
64 Days on Market
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $6,437
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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