This high-floor, east-facing family home in a prime Park Avenue building is full of light all day long. With only two apartments per floor, you enter 10E from a semi-private landing. A welcoming foyer opens to the bright living room and formal dining room. The kitchen, butlers pantry, and maids room with half-bath await your modernizing touch. A gallery separates the public space from the living quarters, where two bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom; the master bedroom and bath offer privacy at the end of the hallway. The home boasts seven spacious closets, including the master bedrooms walk-in.
Located in the low 80s, 955 Park Avenue was built in 1915 by Robert T. Lyons and offers all the amenities you expect of an elegant prewar residence: white-glove doorman and porter service, basement storage, and a bike room. Central A/C, washer-dryers, and pets are permitted. The home is two blocks from the Metropolitan Museum, one block from P. S. 6, and close to the best dining, shopping , and art galleries on the Upper East Side. With its 10-foot ceilings and city views, 10E is just waiting for a new owner to bring it to life.