This is a rare opportunity to own the highest floor of this spectacular prewar condominiums sought-after 2,089 sq. ft. two bedroom, two and one-half bath A line, known for its extremely gracious and versatile layout. Wrapping the northeast corner of the building, ALL rooms face onto Park Avenue or 65th Street overlooking the glorious plantings of the Avenue and the beautiful tree-lined Street, affording wonderful light to and appealing views from every room. As you enter into the rectangular formal gallery, you are drawn forward into the spacious, corner living room with wood-burning fireplace. Relax or graciously entertain in this elegant room overlooking Park Avenue, which passes into the formal dining room, also overlooking Park Avenue, and moves on into the well-appointed kitchen, featuring ample counter and storage space, top-of-the-line appliances, and access back to the gallery. From the gallery, moving west, you enter the separate wing running along 65th Street. To your immediate right is the second bedroom, which can also double as a library or den if preferred, with an en-suite windowed, marble bath. Moving forward in the hall, you enter the luxuriously proportioned master bedroom suite with a walk-in closet to the immediate right and a separate grand, dressing room/closet. The spacious master bath has a tub, stall shower and two sinks Discreetly positioned off of the gallery are a powder room and two generous closets, and a full-size washer and dryer are found in the large hall closet. This beautifully designed residence is perfectly suited for sophisticated living and entertaining.
Built in 1925 and designed by James Carpenter, 610 Park Avenue is a highly regarded white-glove condominium which offers residents concierge service, a state of the art gym and the restaurant Daniel in the building.