$4.6 Million Gallery-esque Upper East Side Apartment Is a Work of Art
Who wouldn’t want a loft-like Upper East Side apartment walking distance from Museum Mile and Central Park and complete with panda paintings? Yes, this 3 bedroom co-op at 65 East 76th Street has enough room on its wall space to showcase the best of your art collection, and it has enough lighting—both natural and tracking—to host a gallery showing. Well, who says the gallery can’t be a work of art in and of itself? We know this unit doesn’t.
It’s probably fitting for an apartment like this to be in a handsome building with a two-story canopied entrance. Unit 3CDE carries on the tranquil experience with bamboo floors and bay windows providing a beautiful view of the tree-lined streets below. A place like this makes you want to unroll your yoga mat and find your zen. And you could easily do just that, with this home’s open floor plan. In fact, the layout is perfect for everything from downward dog to dance parties.
While the home boasts an impressive entertaining space, it doesn’t neglect the needs of its inhabitants. The bedrooms and the private office are tucked away in the quiet northern half of the unit. Additional features the $4.595 million home includes are beamed ceilings and large windows. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have a ton of artwork to buy.
Photos courtesy of Voda Bauer