Perched atop one of New York City's most exquisite prewar buildings, this sprawling 14-room apartment has it all – 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, stunning views of the city and Central Park, unparalleled natural light, grand-scale rooms, and significant private outdoor space. An embodiment of old-world glamour, this special apartment features soaring ceilings and original architectural details such as the original wood-burning fireplaces and wide-plank wood floors. But perhaps even more impressive than its glorious bones are the panoramic views from both the indoor and outdoor spaces on both levels.
Enter the residence from the private elevator landing which opens to a 34-foot grand gallery. From the gallery, continue your way to the over-sized formal living room, supremely elegant library, sun-filled solarium, and large formal dining room. All these main rooms command stunning views of Central Park and the surrounding cityscape, as well as direct access to the nearly 700 square feet of private outdoor space. A massive kitchen, with a separate pantry/breakfast room, offers endless space to create an unmatched modern kitchen to suit your lifestyle.
A grand staircase leads to the flexible lower level that currently features 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, in addition to a home office and laundry room. All but one of the bedrooms enjoys its own en-suite bathroom as well as significant storage from walk-in closets or a dressing room.
Built in 1930 and designed by Sloan & Robertson, 895 Park Avenue is an Art Deco masterpiece and full-service white glove cooperative building located in the heart of the Upper East Side. Amenities include multiple doormen, an elevator attendant, health club, squash court, basketball court, and private storage units. 50% financing permitted.