When most people think Upper East Side real estate, they think of historic and grand co-op apartments and townhouses. This condo, located in a very modern and very glassy building at 147 East 84th Street, is an exception. The three-bedroom duplex pad is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, fancy fixtures, some bold wallpaper and a screening room to boot. Simply put, it’s anything but a historic old residence. It has been on and off the market for a few years now, with a price tag right around $5 million, and now it’s asking $6.495 million. The seller is candy entrepreneur Mark Tarnofsky, who listed just in time for Halloween.
The apartment, which spans a total of 4,300 square feet, takes up both the first floor and the basement of the building. From street level, you walk into the open living room, dining room, and kitchen. Toward the back of this floor, you have a bedroom, the master bedroom, the master bathroom and a small private patio.
Inside the living room, you’ve got ceiling heights that go up 13 feet, as well as a wood-burning fireplace that dominates one of the walls.
Moving back in the apartment, the kitchen is outfitted with plenty of fancy things, including cabinetry, countertops and appliances. You’ve got a SubZero refrigerator, double dishwashers, a wine cooler, a six-burner cooking range, and a separate prep sink.
Two of the three bedrooms are located way in the back of the unit. The master suite–with its kooky wallpaper–has two walk-in closets and access to a private patio. The master bathroom has two separate vanities, sinks and water closets, a huge soaking tub, radiant heat floors and an over-sized shower room with ten (yes, ten!) shower heads.
Down the staircase and you’re in a very fancy basement space. This “lounge” area has a bar with wine storage, refrigerator, dishwasher and ice machine. There’s also a third bedroom down here that’s separated by large, opaque glass-paneled sliding doors.
It’s not a fancy basement without a screening room! According to the listing, this room is sound proof with a “professional level projector.” So what do you say…would you bite at $6.45 million?
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side