520 East 86th Street, 1/2-C

Upper East Side   |   York Avenue & East End Avenue

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Co-op [Full Service]
$ 2,995,000 [ 6.41% | $ 205,000 ]
Rooms 7
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2.5
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 4,253
Financing Allowed 50%
Listing ID: 1658324

Property Description

This richly-appointed, impeccably-crafted & renovated 4 bed 2.5 bath Maisonette Duplex in an upscale Upper East Side prewar cooperative is the epitome of luxury living. Your own private street entrance invites you into a grand and elegant townhouse-style home, complemented by the amenities of a premium full-service prewar building. The main level entry foyer proceeds into sophisticated living/entertaining space graced by such stunning features as gleaming hardwood floors, hand-carved woodwork & finishes, airy wood-clad ceilings designed by former Columbia University campus architect & Architectural History professor Dean Telfer, tasteful built-ins, and a beautiful Tiffany tile gas fireplace to gather around. Lounge or host guests in the formal living room, which seamlessly spills into the spacious light-bathed dining room across the way. Preparing gourmet meals is exceptional in the large chef’s kitchen appointed with slab marble walls & countertops, generous cabinetry, double sinks, a suite of Viking stainless steel appliances including a stove with vented hood, double oven & heated drawer, plus a wine cooler & custom dish rack. Also featured is a huge walk-in pantry, lovely leaded glass window & convenient service entrance. A powder room, laundry/utility room (easily convertible into a 4th bedroom/staff room) & abundant closet storage complete the comfort. In the central gallery, an exquisite wood staircase of superior quality, set on sturdy steel beams, ascends to the divine sleeping quarters. Here awaits a sunny master retreat with an enormous walk-in closet, and en-suite spa bath with a soaking tub, multi-head shower & separate water closet. A 2nd bedroom with custom oak cabinetry & dual closets, 3rd bedroom with a built-in queen bed & 12’ walk-in cedar closet, and 2nd full bath occupy the upper story as well. Built in 1929, 520 East 86th Street offers residents a full-time doorman, onsite gym, private outdoor courtyard garden with basketball court where one can relax or reserve for events, a bike room, and pet-friendly policy. A storage bin is included with the sale. As alluring is the prized location half a block from Carl Schurz Park, minutes from excellent shopping, dining, and public transportation. Photo Gallery includes Virtual Furnishings and Reimagined Design Theme.
This richly-appointed, impeccably-crafted & renovated 4 bed 2.5 bath Maisonette Duplex in an upscale Upper East Side prewar cooperative is the epitome of luxury living. Your own private street entrance invites you into a grand and elegant townhouse-style home, complemented by the amenities of a premium full-service prewar building. The main level entry foyer proceeds into sophisticated living/entertaining space graced by such stunning features as gleaming hardwood floors, hand-carved woodwork & finishes, airy wood-clad ceilings designed by former Columbia University campus architect & Architectural History professor Dean Telfer, tasteful built-ins, and a beautiful Tiffany tile gas fireplace to gather around. Lounge or host guests in the formal living room, which seamlessly spills into the spacious light-bathed dining room across the way. Preparing gourmet meals is exceptional in the large chef’s kitchen appointed with slab marble walls & countertops, generous cabinetry, double sinks, a suite of Viking stainless steel appliances including a stove with vented hood, double oven & heated drawer, plus a wine cooler & custom dish rack. Also featured is a huge walk-in pantry, lovely leaded glass window & convenient service entrance. A powder room, laundry/utility room (easily convertible into a 4th bedroom/staff room) & abundant closet storage complete the comfort. In the central gallery, an exquisite wood staircase of superior quality, set on sturdy steel beams, ascends to the divine sleeping quarters. Here awaits a sunny master retreat with an enormous walk-in closet, and en-suite spa bath with a soaking tub, multi-head shower & separate water closet. A 2nd bedroom with custom oak cabinetry & dual closets, 3rd bedroom with a built-in queen bed & 12’ walk-in cedar closet, and 2nd full bath occupy the upper story as well. Built in 1929, 520 East 86th Street offers residents a full-time doorman, onsite gym, private outdoor courtyard garden with basketball court where one can relax or reserve for events, a bike room, and pet-friendly policy. A storage bin is included with the sale. As alluring is the prized location half a block from Carl Schurz Park, minutes from excellent shopping, dining, and public transportation. Photo Gallery includes Virtual Furnishings and Reimagined Design Theme.

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Apartment Features

A/C [Central]
Washer / Dryer
520 East 86th Street Upper East Side New York NY 10028

Building Details [520 East 86th Street]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full Service
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1582/40
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1927
Floors/Apts 15/46

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Fitness Facility
Garden
Laundry Rooms
Private Storage

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Klara Madlin

License

Licensed Real Estate Broker


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