Enjoy penthouse living at its best in this magnificent 4 bedroom + maid's room, 4.5 bath duplex residence in the most prestigious part of Park Avenue! Set amidst some of the most exclusive residential buildings in the city, and in one of the most desirable areas in the world, Penthouse A is unparalleled in its level of elegance and premier location. Gracious, sun-filled living quarters spanning 2 ultra-spacious stories are complemented by prized private outdoor space, with a huge patio off the living area and lovely balcony off the master suite.
The gorgeous upper level is a perfect backdrop for formal entertaining, perched above the city, with a beautiful living room that flows into an adjacent dining room and den all brightened by walls of windows. Double sets of glass doors open out to the enormous wraparound patio oasis that showcases stunning panoramic city views from triple vantage points. The gourmet eat-in kitchen, finely appointed and tailored to the chef, also spills out to the patio, creating a spectacular indoor-outdoor living/dining experience. A convenient powder room and service elevator complete the comfort.
Descend the stairs or take the elevator to the main level which houses the casual areas and serene sleeping quarters, each with their own entrance off the elevator landing. The bedroom wing includes a huge, wonderful northern master bedroom suite with a private balcony, large second bedroom suite and third bedroom facing east. Across the way, and connected by a hardwood hallway is the family room, maid's room, generous den and fourth bedroom, plus 2 full baths. An in-home washer dryer and ample closets round out the ambience.
Built in 1951 and designed by Horace Ginsbern & Associates, the 19-story 750 Park Avenue is a coveted full-service cooperative, converted in 1981. The distinctive elevator building offers 24/7 doorman service, a live-in super, laundry facility, package room, and storage is available. The superior Park Avenue address between East 71st and 72nd Streets is only 2 blocks from Central Park, and mere minutes to the finest restaurants, art galleries and museums, world-famous boutiques along Madison Avenue, and public transportation. Pied-a-terres are welcomed. Sorry, no pets.
If you desire a traditional New York experience where the streets are lined with eye-catching townhomes and pre-war buildings just steps from Central Park look no further than the Upper East Side.