Sotheby's International Realty - New York, NY
A private elevator landing opens onto the large Gallery which anchors the entertaining rooms; including an enormous Living Room with wood burning fireplace, a handsome Library, and a perfectly scaled Dining Room with Conservatory. Adjacent is the Kitchen which has a large Pantry and Staff Area, allowing for the tremendous flexibility to create a big and open eat-in Kitchen with Breakfast Room, while still maintaining an adjacent Staff Room and Bath.
The sweeping staircase leads upstairs to four large Bedroom suites, four Staff Rooms, and five full Bathrooms. Each suite is beautifully scaled and boasts large Closets or a Dressing Room. The apartment exudes the charm and character of a bygone era including tall ten foot ceilings, wide plank oak floors, and hand carved moldings. The gracious bones of this elegant abode are now ready to be modernized by your architect and designer.
Originally constructed in 1930 and designed by Sloan and Robertson, 895 Park Avenue is a full service white glove cooperative building. Amenities include multiple doormen, an elevator attendant, health club, a squash court with basketball, and private storage
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