775 Park Avenue, 6/7C - Upper East Side, New York
Located in one of Park Avenues finest prewar cooperatives, this classic 12-room duplex commands over 100-feet of Park Avenue frontage. Designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela, the residence offers grand scale rooms with a graceful layout accentuated by magnificent original architectural elements. A sweeping 19-foot gallery opens onto a sprawling 33-foot living room with a woodburning fireplace and 3 large windows overlooking Park Avenue. The homes soaring ceilings are enhanced by beautiful traditional moldings throughout. Adjacent to the living room, there is a handsome panelled library with a woodburning fireplace and original peg and groove floors that also faces the Avenue. The 25-foot formal dining room is situated next to a vast Chefs kitchen with a windowed breakfast area. Upstairs, the private chambers include a master bedroom suite with a fireplace. There are three additional large master bedrooms, each with ample closets. There are two staff rooms and a separate laundry room, which are sited off a separate hallway. In addition, there is a separate staff room located on the second floor of the building which is included as well. Built in 1927, the limestone and brick Italian Renaissance building is one of the most distinctive buildings on Park Avenue.
This listing courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens