Welcome to Apartment 6, a prewar condominium comprising over 4,100 square feet and consisting of 9 rooms, five bedrooms plus a library and four bathrooms plus a powder room. Step from your private elevator landing into a gracious gallery which leads to an expansive Living Room and adjoining corner Library richly paneled in mahogany. With nearly 50 linear feet facing Park Avenue, these light filled rooms are separated by pocket doors and bookended with two gas burning fireplaces at each end.
Few homes in this city match the privacy and understated luxury of this offering. A private hallway leads to five bedroom chambers with the Master Bedroom at the very end. The ensuite master bathroom features double sinks, stall shower, soaking tub, and bidet; there are 3 additional bathrooms, with Waterworks nickel fittings throughout.
At the center of this gracious home, the cooks eat-in-kitchen with three windows, center breakfast island and informal family banquette, features Viking professional series appliances, deep ceramic sink, bar sink, slate countertops and glass paneled custom cabinetry. A service elevator opens directly into the kitchen for ease of home deliveries.
Grand architecture prevails in this oversized residence boasting 10 coffered ceilings, herringbone oak floors with mahogany borders in the entertaining rooms and oak plank flooring in the kitchen and bedroom wing. Throughout there is custom millwork, mahogany-framed windows, abundant custom fitted closets, central air conditioning (7 zones), Crestron audio visual system and a Honeywell security system. With four exposures, light fills this residence throughout the day.
Located in the Upper East Side Historic District, the building is situated on the eastern side of Park Avenue between 75th and 76th Streets. Amenities include 24-hour doorman, resident manager, fitness center and private storage cage. Among New Yorks most coveted addresses, Park Avenue is known around the world for its stately pre-war apartment buildings that line both sides of the wide boulevard.
823 Park Avenue dates from 1912 and was re-envisioned and transformed in 2006 into a boutique condominium by architect Barry Rice to convey a sense of lightness, openness and harmony with its neighboring buildings dominated by cooperatives. Prewar condominiums in this city are rare indeed, and homes of this size and stature are singular.
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