On Park Avenue between 74th and 75th Streets, this beautiful and elegant three bedroom, three full bathroom apartment is a classic sanctuary on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. This high-floor apartment boasts ample light throughout. The renovation of this pre-war apartment originally took seven rooms and recreated them into six spacious rooms to accommodate multiple occupants. The essence of the original floor plan was maintained, yet was improved upon to be perhaps the best B line apartment layout in the building. The B line is the only apartment line in the building to have both the living room and the master bedroom facing Park Avenue. There are high ceilings, custom 7'6" mahogany doors as well as custom crown molding and trim molding in all rooms throughout the home.. . Upon walking into the home you are greeted with a spacious foyer area and open concept where both the expansive living room on the right and dining area on the left welcome you. The sun-filled living room and its over-sized windows offer amazing Park Avenue views. The wood burning fireplace with antique marble mantle adds a touch of character in this room. The large, windowed eat-in kitchen, boasts Rutt Mahogany stained cherry cabinets, marble countertops and marble flooring. The kitchen includes a Viking double oven, two separate sinks, and a full-height 36" Sub-Zero refrigerator, as well as one counter height Sub-Zero refrigerator for additional food storage. The kitchen also includes a closet with laundry unit for extra convenience. All bedrooms have at least two windows each, and the three bathrooms are windowed and spacious. . Eight Fifteen Park Avenue is a pet-friendly, full-service white glove doorman building that greets you with a renovated lobby with a remarkable fine art gallery. Amenities for the property include a fitness center, laundry room, bike storage room, and a communal multimedia/recreation room with lending library.
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