Located within the posh Upper East Side enclave of Carnegie Hill at 1281 Madison Avenue, this gracefully restored 1,712-square-foot townhouse-style duplex is stunning inside and out, and asking an even $3 million. The lofty 11-foot ceilings and generously-sized West-facing windows allow for plenty of air and light throughout the apartment, but perhaps the best part is that it’s connected to an adjacent condominium and is afforded all the perks of that property.
Follow the herringbone parquet floors out of the living room and down the gallery to an eat-in Boffi kitchen complete with state-of-the-art appliances, including Sub Zero and Gaggenau, and a decorative fireplace from the 19th century. Off the kitchen is a space currently configured as a laundry room and office. In addition to a Miele washer and dryer, it also contains a separate powder room and two large closets.
Upstairs are two master suites at opposing ends of the apartment. Built-in Little Wolf closets, decorative fireplaces, and en-suite bathrooms make both bedrooms opulent and private.
The entire apartment boasts central air conditioning and surround sound. A condominium building next door, which is financially connected to the unit, offers handyman services and a full-time concierge. The location is a mere block from the Cooper Hewitt Museum and in the middle of all the Upper East Side has to offer.
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