$12,450,000

860 Park Avenue

New York NY, 10075

Description

Rare opportunity to own a full-floor, five-bedroom Park Avenue home in a charming, white-glove boutique pre-war building. Each home is situated on its own private floor. Enter this luxurious apartment from a private elevator landing, which opens to the expansive elegant foyer with soaring ceilings and a wet bar. The spacious chefs' kitchen offers a windowed breakfast area, top of the line appliances, extra-large chefs pantry, restaurant-quality BBQ range, and two sinks. Adjoining the kitchen is the staff quarters, service entrance and a full-sized laundry room that has a brand new side-by-side washer/dryer and built-in ironing board. Sunlight fills the formal seating and dining area from both southern and eastern exposures with a wood-burning fireplace. Cozy up in the library/den next to the second wood-burning fireplace overlooking at the treetops of Park Avenue. A long elegant hallway leads to four large bedrooms all with en-suite marble windowed bathrooms facing Park Ave. The master bedroom suite, situated at the end of the hallway, boasts a massive walk-in closet, as well as a large spa-like shower and double vanity. There is an abundance of closets throughout this wonderful home and two large storage bins in the basement for any additional storage needs. Close to some of the best restaurants, museums, fitness centers and shopping in the city. Call for a private showing.

Details

MLS#10650209
Listing TypeFor Sale
StyleHouse
Sub-TypeResale
StatusActive
Year1925
Days On Site116

Features

Bed(s)5
Bath(s) 4 Full, 1 Half
SQ Feet4,400
Story(s)16

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Area Information

StateNY
CityNew York
Zip Code10075
School DistrictNew York City School
Listing VS Median (in 10075)
Price:
$12,450,000
low | high
Med:
$390,000
100% of Average
SqFt:
4,400
low | high
Med:
0
100% of Average
$ / SqFt:
$2,830
low | high
Med:
$0
100% of Average
On Site:
116
low | high
Med:
42
100% of Average
Listing Updated: 02/22/2020
MLS Number: 10650209
Listing Provided By:
Craig Roth  of  NextStopNY