One-of-a-kind home with Old World grandeur on the twelfth floor of a pre-war, luxury, full-service Park Avenue cooperative building. This exquisite well-proportioned residence with 10-foot ceilings throughout is ideal for entertaining and a sophisticated lifestyle. An entrance foyer leads into a large central gallery featuring limestone floors, crown paneled moldings, and dramatic mahogany architrave doorways. The graciously proportioned living room facing Park Avenue offers a western exposure with great light, antique French oak herringbone floors, and decorative hand carved antique mantle. The luxurious master suite offers northern and eastern exposures providing both bright morning light and open views, generous closet space, dressing area, and en-suite marble bath. The paneled library, reconfigured as a second bedroom and accessible via the central foyer, offers western and northern exposures and views over Park Avenue, and has an en-suite bath with washer and dryer. A gourmet kitchen set off of the central gallery enjoys eastern exposure and abundant morning light through three windows. The kitchen is outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances, and banquette seating. The 24-apartment pre-war cooperative at 535 Park Avenue was designed by Herbert Lucas and completed in 1909. The handsome 14-story apartment building features a two-and-a-half-story, rusticated terracotta base and a canopied entrance. The red-brick facades are composed with large windows, flared decorative window elements and curved wrought-iron balconies. Amenities include 24-hour doorman, live-in superintendent, common roof deck with views of Central Park, and private storage. 535 Park Avenue is conveniently located near Central Park and New York's best shopping and dining. The cooperative allows pied-a -terres and pets, along with trust purchases and 40% financing. 2% flip tax payable by purchaser.
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