When we think of the Upper East Side, this home at 50 E.79th Street is exactly what we imagine: a grand residence with classic lines and Central Park views.
You will feel special from the moment you walk into the marble floored-entrance gallery of this 4BR/4BA corner unit in a Brown & Gunther designed building. The formal floor plan gives each exquisite room its just due while still allowing for comfortable entertaining. Though tucked away in their own private little world, each section of the expansive living space is easily accessible from the main gallery.
The spacious and light-filled living room features a huge window which basically takes up an entire wall, and offers entrée to the nearly 300 square foot terrace.
Directly opposite the living room is a lovely library filled with wood built-ins to house your most precious volumes – what Upper East Side home would be without one? It even features a bar so you can sit down with your favorite book, or your favorite person, and enjoy your favorite cocktail.
Presenting a slight departure from the more reserved nature of the rest of the home, the renovated kitchen suite’s more modern lines run throughout its three rooms: a large eating area, a full laundry room, and an office.
Featuring a SubZero refrigerator, Wolf oven, double dishwashers, granite countertops and custom wood cabinetry – and a large staff room with its own bathroom — this kitchen is perfectly suited for large-scale entertaining. And speaking of the kitchen and entertaining, you will be hard-pressed to find a more elegant dining room in which to serve your meals.
Secluded away from the main living area is the private bedroom wing, where your master bedroom awaits, along with its two walk-in closets, dressing area, and a marble bath with double sinks and a steam shower.
With its prime location at the corner of Madison Avenue near boutiques, museums, art galleries, and the wide-open green space of Central Park, along with a full list of building amenities including a full-time doorman and fitness center, we doubt this $6.5 million stunner will last very long, so we expect Michele Kleier, Samantha Kleier Forbes, and Sabrina Kleier-Morgenstern of Kleier Residential to be very busy ladies in the coming weeks showing this home to those who appreciate the finer things in life.
Photos courtesy of Kleier Residential
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side