MINT PARK AVE PREWAR PENTHOUSE AND ADJACENT STUDIO PENTHOUSE
Impeccably renovated and in perfect move-in condition, this 3-4 bedroom, three-bath prewar duplex penthouse with a wraparound terrace is ideally located at Park Avenue and 75th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Light-filled interiors with high ceilings have been redesigned in a contemporary classic style. Features include wide-plank rift and quartered oak floors, custom plaster crown molding, finely crafted architectural millwork with polished nickel custom hardware, and all new windows and terrace doors.
OPEN SKY & SKYLINE VIEWS FROM THE 15TH & 16TH FLOORS You enter into a large Gallery that enjoys natural light streaming in from oversized windows above the stairwell that leads to the second level. The main level offers a spacious Dining Room and an impressive Living Room overlooking Park Avenue through four large windows. The Living Room easily accommodates two sitting areas and features a Chesney's marble fireplace. The open-plan Chef's Kitchen is designed with custom white satin finish cabinetry, white Everest Granite countertops and full-height backsplashes, an oversized central prep-island, and a full suite of Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele appliances.
This penthouse residence, without the studio, offers three spacious bedrooms, including a corner Master Suite with two walk-in closets, and three bathrooms. The Master Bathroom is designed with Olympic Grey marble and the other two bathrooms are designed with Siberian White marble. All bedroom closets are outfitted with custom shelving and there are numerous "invisible" closets throughout various rooms. Premium home technology includes a seven-zone HVAC system, Sonos speakers in all rooms and on the terrace, and heated floors in all bathrooms. A laundry closet is equipped with a vented Miele washer and dryer.
As an additional option, the Studio PH can be purchased. The Studio is an exquisite space, completely renovated in a contemporary style with a wraparound terrace overlooking the Carlyle Hotel, with extraordinary western views of Park Avenue and a partial view of Central Park. The superbly designed skylights, one facing North and the other South, allow additional light to pour into the living space, giving a clear view of the sky and glimpses of planes flying above in the clouds. Entering either from the interior space, or through the glass door on the terrace, is like walking into a crystal conservatory atop this historic Park Avenue building. At the far end of the studio, there is a lovely window seat and love seat, both of which allow one a unique opportunity to admire the spectacular architecture of nearby Park Avenue rooftops and historic skyscrapers. It is a perfect place to write or reflect, as well as to entertain guests. At the other end of the Studio is an open kitchen with state of the art appliances. This stunning studio could easily be attached to PH1 and made into a fourth bedroom or kept in its current remarkable condition. The Studio has central heating and cooling, as well as a cleverly designed powder room. By purchasing the Studio for $1,200,000, it would continue the wraparound terrace to PH1, covering three quarters of the building's rooftop terraces.
815 Park Avenue is a circa 1917 neo-Georgian style cooperative building designed by architects W.L. Rouse and L.A. Goldstone. In addition to white glove service, this building offers a state-of-the-art fitness room, bike storage, and a recreation room with billiards, ping pong, air hockey, and a wet bar.
There is currently a capital assessment charge, billed quarterly in four equal installments of $15 per share, or $17,625.00 through September 1, 2017. The capital assessment is for the replacement of the elevators and roof.