Two Yorkville penthouses at 40 East End Avenue, designed by renowned architect and Yale School of Architecture Dean Deborah Berke, are ready to entice Upper East Side buyers with dazzling views, sprawling spaces, and luxurious finishes–not to mention the Lightstone building’s impressive amenities. Asking $12,935,990, Penthouse 15 is a 3,645-square-foot full-floor residence with 850 square feet of amazing wrap-around terrace space. For $9,985,990, Penthouse 17 spans 3,237 square feet with a few terraces of its own. Both have four bedrooms, direct elevator access, white oak flooring, and skyline views.
In addition to its sky-mansion size and terraces, PH15 features a closed chef’s kitchen highlighted by Italian cabinetry and Arabescato Cervaiole marble slabs. A suite of Gaggenau appliances brings the kitchen beyond mere beauty.
With an iconic view from above the Upper East Side, the condo’s terrace space extends from the dining area, making it perfect for entertaining. This amazing outdoor oasis wraps to offer the master bedroom a perfect outdoor retreat through floor-to-ceiling glass.
Indoors and out, the primary bedroom suite offers views of the East River and Midtown skyline. The en-suite bath is marble-clad with fluted mirrored glass panels, a custom Italian vanity, a 6-foot-deep soaking tub a walk-in shower, and radiant heated floors.
Penthouse 17 spans 3,237 square feet, also with dazzling city views in every direction. With the same finishes as the larger unit, the kitchen is an open-plan affair off the living and dining room, with a separate breakfast nook. There is a small terrace overlooking the East River, and a larger terrace off the primary bedroom suite, which features dual walk-in closets and a similarly luxurious bath.
The building’s amenities are equally impressive, including a coveted–and covered–porte-cochere for drive-up convenience and privacy. Residents also enjoy a double-height parlor lounge, game room, library, and state-of-the-art fitness center. Penthouse A at the Lightstone building sold for over $21 million in September of 2021.
[40 East End Avenue PH 15 at CityRealty]
[40 East End Avenue PH 17 at CityRealty]
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Tags : 40 East End Avenue, condos, Deborah Berke, Lightstone Group, penthouses
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side