Move right into this triple mint, sun-filled and impeccably designed, Classic 8-into-7 room apartment in an elegant prewar cooperative on Park Avenue. No detail was spared in this spectacular home which has been fully renovated and professionally decorated with meticulous attention to design detail as well as function. A semi-private elevator landing leads to a beautifully proportioned entrance gallery. The large living room with wood burning fireplace, formal corner dining room, library and bedrooms all face south onto tree-lined East 67th Street. High ceilings, new oversized windows, and original herringbone wood floors throughout. An elegant and wide hallway leads to three sunny, generously-proportioned bedrooms. The Primary Bedroom Suite has two large custom closets, a dressing area and ensuite bath. The stunning eat in chef's kitchen features custom cabinetry, top of the line stainless steel appliances, including Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine fridge, Viking Oven Range which vents to the outside, Miele dishwasher, as well as a wonderful work station. There are three full bathrooms outfitted with Waterworks tiles and heated floors. Behind the kitchen is a home office/staff room and washer/dryer. The air conditioning is through the wall and the apartment is wired with Ethernet and speaker connections in every room, has a digital lighting system (which can be monitored by remote control by Lutron on one's iPhone ), digital smoke alarms (Nest) and excellent wifi. Two large storage units transfer with the property. 2% flip tax paid by purchaser.
655 Park Avenue, designed by James E. R. Carpenter and Mott B. Schmidt and completed in 1924, is a white-glove, full-service, pet friendly building with 24-hour doormen, elevator operators, and a live-in resident manager. In the center of the building is a beautiful garden. Ideally located on 67th Street, one is within easy distance to Central Park, outstanding shopping, public transportation, restaurants, galleries and midtown. The transverse on 66th Street makes getting to the West Side a breeze.
Rarely does one see an apartment renovated to this level. A MUST SEE!