655 Park Avenue, 2B

Upper East Side   |   East 67th Street & East 68th Street

Price Drop
Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 3,845,000 [ 3.88% | $ 155,000 ]
Rooms 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 7,079
Financing Allowed 50%
Listing ID: 949721

Property Description

TRIPLE MINT CONDITION UNOCCUPIED APARTMENT- OWNERS WANT IT SOLD! MOVE IN READY- CAN BE DELIVERED FURNISHED Freshly renovated to provide the perfect balance between lavish entertainment and everyday living, this classic 8 boasts over sized rooms and top of the line finishes throughout. The unexpected modern amenities combined with the classic pre-war charm truly put this Park Avenue Coop in league of its own. Enter this triple mint apartment from a semi-private elevator landing. From the grandly proportioned entry gallery unfolds an expansive living room with over sized windows and a wood burning fireplace. Doorways between the living and dining rooms have been raised and widened to enhance the flow between the entertaining spaces. Off of the dining room is a sleek, sophisticated bar, concealed behind 8” sliding raised-panel doors. The original kitchen was re-configured to allow for full-service cooking and includes a Miele refrigerator and dishwasher, a Capitol range, and a full-sized washing machine and vented gas dryer. An additional, more casual eating space, also functions as a convertible lounge/bedroom and has an en-suite bath. Off of the west side of the gallery, a private hallway leads to two secondary bedrooms each with en-suite baths, and at the end of the hall, a luxurious master suite. The Master Suite has open sky views, rare for a 2nd floor apartment, 31 feet of closet space, and a lavish master bath with floor to ceiling statuary marble, nickel framed mirrors, soaking tub, heated floors, and white Duravit lacquered vanities. Located within a prestigious 1924 J.E.R. Carpenter designed building, the apartment is characterized by sought-after architectural details, such as high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, and period moldings. Sun-filled with incredible scale and charm, the apartment was also designed through an eye for evolving technology including fiber optics wiring to every room, Central Nest Controlled HVAC, and in-ceiling Sonos controlled music. All the principal rooms in the apartment face over the tree-lined block of E 68th street and are filled with abundant sunlight. 655 Park Avenue is a full-service co-operative apartment building and spans the entire block between 67th and 68th streets on Park Avenue. Pets are welcome.
TRIPLE MINT CONDITION UNOCCUPIED APARTMENT- OWNERS WANT IT SOLD! MOVE IN READY- CAN BE DELIVERED FURNISHED Freshly renovated to provide the perfect balance between lavish entertainment and everyday living, this classic 8 boasts over sized rooms and top of the line finishes throughout. The unexpected modern amenities combined with the classic pre-war charm truly put this Park Avenue Coop in league of its own. Enter this triple mint apartment from a semi-private elevator landing. From the grandly proportioned entry gallery unfolds an expansive living room with over sized windows and a wood burning fireplace. Doorways between the living and dining rooms have been raised and widened to enhance the flow between the entertaining spaces. Off of the dining room is a sleek, sophisticated bar, concealed behind 8” sliding raised-panel doors. The original kitchen was re-configured to allow for full-service cooking and includes a Miele refrigerator and dishwasher, a Capitol range, and a full-sized washing machine and vented gas dryer. An additional, more casual eating space, also functions as a convertible lounge/bedroom and has an en-suite bath. Off of the west side of the gallery, a private hallway leads to two secondary bedrooms each with en-suite baths, and at the end of the hall, a luxurious master suite. The Master Suite has open sky views, rare for a 2nd floor apartment, 31 feet of closet space, and a lavish master bath with floor to ceiling statuary marble, nickel framed mirrors, soaking tub, heated floors, and white Duravit lacquered vanities. Located within a prestigious 1924 J.E.R. Carpenter designed building, the apartment is characterized by sought-after architectural details, such as high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, and period moldings. Sun-filled with incredible scale and charm, the apartment was also designed through an eye for evolving technology including fiber optics wiring to every room, Central Nest Controlled HVAC, and in-ceiling Sonos controlled music. All the principal rooms in the apartment face over the tree-lined block of E 68th street and are filled with abundant sunlight. 655 Park Avenue is a full-service co-operative apartment building and spans the entire block between 67th and 68th streets on Park Avenue. Pets are welcome.

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C [Window Units]
Washer / Dryer
655 Park Avenue Upper East Side New York NY 10065

Building Details [655 Park Avenue]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Attended Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1402/1
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1924
Floors/Apts 11/55

Building Amenities

Garden
Laundry Rooms
Private Storage

Building Statistics

$ 2,093 APPSF

Active Sale Listings

$ 2,057 APPSF

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