Pre-war duplex apartment 8C at 830 Park Avenue is all about light, space and elegance. The unit offers continuous bright light throughout the day due to its four exposures and a living room and master bedroom that face Park Avenue. The spaciousness of the public areas has enabled the present owners to entertain as many as sixty people for sit-down dinners.
Providing value and versatile living options, the current owner is delivering the unit partially construction-ready with detailed architectural plans and renderings as well as permits that can be passed on to the buyer.
Located on the Upper East Side's most sought-after stretch, Apartment 8C preserves the grandeur of old New York while honoring modern elegance. Nearly 40 feet of open space welcomes you upon entering the first floor, which features the living room, a central gallery with wood-burning fireplace, and the south-facing formal dining room with a charming and unique bow window. The entire lower floor features high ceilings, and original plaster moldings; French doors allow for formality and loft-like proportions of lavish entertainment. The enormous country kitchen can be left "as is" or easily partitioned to include a pantry or maid's room. A gorgeous staircase leads to the upper level's two grand bedroom suites.
A Neo-Georgian classic dating back to 1912, 830 Park Avenue, situated on the corner of 76th Street, is a distinguished cooperative with a list of eminent shareholders. Private storage is included with the sale of the apartment. Pets, pieds-a-terre and 30% financing are permitted.