Elegant co-op in an UES mansion still has its original leaded casement windows
This two-bedroom co-op occupies the parlor and garden floors of 4 East 82nd Street, a stately Carnegie Hill mansion. Despite a recent renovation, the apartment still boasts details from the past: original wood paneling, an impressive marble mantle and the original, leaded French casement windows. New additions include a chef’s kitchen, which leads to a terrace and the apartment’s private garden.
The parlor floor is most impressive, with all those historic details under high ceilings. The fireplace faces a wall of nearly floor-to-ceiling leaded windows that bring tons of light into the space.
The kitchen was renovated with marble counter tops and new appliances. Despite the renovation, the classic aesthetic matches the rest of the prewar interior.
A lovely terrace off the kitchen faces south and it looks out onto the apartment’s own backyard garden. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t share any photos of the outdoor space.
Downstairs, on the garden floor, there’s a large master bedroom suite with an office. The second bedroom, also down here, has its own bathroom as well as French doors leading outside.
Even the bathroom off the master bedroom boasts a wall of oversized, leaded windows, not to mention a classic clawfoot tub.
It’s also worth mentioning the location of this co-op: just a half block up from Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Upper East Side location is just as fancy as the interior design, which hits just the right note between old and new.
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