This classic two-bedroom co-op at 67 Park Avenue in Murray Hill is just what you’d expect from a pre-war residence at such an esteemed address. Old-school Manhattan luxury defines the home’s architecture as well as its interior design, exemplified by a large private entry hallway, hardwood floors, a working fireplace and high, beamed ceilings. Modern updates are in place, of course, including a Bosch washer/ dryer, a Lutron lighting system, and Bose surround sound speakers in the living room and kitchen.
There’s plenty of room for storage along with the apartment’s two baths. In the foyer you’ll find a large coat closet; just beyond this elegant entry is a spacious open living area framed by crown molding, antiqued mirror panels, the apartment’s fireplace, and gracefully-aimed recessed lighting.
Through a set of French doors is an exquisite kitchen that opens to a large dining room. In the kitchen, highlighted by a statement Foscarini Allegretto chandelier, you’ll find custom cabinetry and high-end appliances like a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Garland gas stove and an Asko dishwasher.
As a super-handy entertainment aid, a butler’s pantry offers a Sub-Zero wine fridge.
Off the living room, the master bedroom offers two exposures and a walk-in closet. In the en-suite bath, you’ll find bold black-and-white decorative floor tiles. The second bedroom has the same perks as the first, with bragging rights to a walk-in closet, en-suite bathroom, and two exposures.
As expected for the neighborhood, the full-service building offers a 24-hour door staff and elevator operators. There’s also a roof deck, a bike room, and additional storage.
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Neighborhoods : Murray Hill