RARELY AVAILABLE PREWAR SEVEN WITH LOW MAINTENANCE
Located in one of Carnegie Hill's finest coops, this large prewar classic seven has a perfect layout, designed for comfortable living and formal entertaining.
From a semi-private elevator landing, enter a welcoming gallery with elegant wainscoting that sets the tone for the whole apartment.
The grand scale living room has 10-foot ceilings, beautiful herringbone floors and a wood burning fireplace, with ample space for several seating areas.
Double doors open from the living room into the dining room, allowing guests to enjoy watching the fire while dining. President Eisenhower was a frequent dinner guest to this apartment and the dining room still feels presidential.
The windowed eat-in kitchen has white cabinetry and granite countertops, a pantry and washer/dryer.
The large master bedroom has two walk-in closets and an en suite bathroom. The second and third bedrooms are well-proportioned and share a bathroom.
There is a staff room and third bathroom off the kitchen.
The apartment has abundant storage space, with ten large closets, and transfers with a storage bin.
1111 Park Avenue was designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1925, with neo-Georgian architecture and a beautiful lobby. The prestigious white-glove building has a concierge, 24-hour doormen, and a live-in resident manager. It is pet friendly, and also features a fitness room and bicycle storage. There is a 2% flip tax, paid by the purchaser.
Located just two blocks from Central Park and the Reservoir, the building is close to Museum Mile, charming shops and restaurants, and the 92nd Street Y.