Asking $6M, Upper East Side pre-war co-op is the picture of Park Avenue living

Posted On Tue, December 14, 2021 By

Posted On Tue, December 14, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Upper East Side

Images courtesy of Warburg Realty.

The spacious, elegant pre-war co-op at 625 Park Avenue embodies the classic ideal of Manhattan apartment living, starting with a private elevator landing. Asking $5,995,000, the two-bedroom home has spacious entertaining rooms and convenient staff spaces–which could easily be repurposed as bedrooms or office/studio space–rarely found in new construction apartments. Rooms have gracious proportions, subtle architectural details, wood-burning fireplaces, and plenty of Park Avenue frontage.

From your private elevator entry, enter a grand gallery that accesses the home’s three entertaining rooms. Each features a wood-burning fireplace.

A large corner living room and oversized library face west onto Park Avenue. A suitably grand dining room faces east. The home’s updated eat-in kitchen has private access to a convenient staff room and bath. The kitchen is served by a large pantry with a wealth of storage space.

In the bedroom wing of the apartment–separated from the entertaining rooms for privacy–the primary and second bedrooms have en-suite baths. Room-sized closets add to the luxury factor without having to shout.

The apartment building was designed by J.E.R. Carpenter in 1931 and was converted into a cooperative in the 1960s. There is a doorman and a live-in superintendent.

[Listing details: 625 Park Avenue #2A at CityRealty]

[At Warburg Realty by Linda Reiner and Lisa Tarnopol Deslauriers]


Images courtesy of Warburg Realty.

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Neighborhoods : Upper East Side



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