• For Sale
  • Asking Price 2,795,000 USD 
  • Bedroom: 3
  • Bathroom: 3
Sitting high atop Park Avenue, this over-sized apartment retains the gracious layout and grand scale that continues to make prewar construction so desirable. An open loft-like formal expanse and large eat-in kitchen provides a fabulous flow for entertaining on a large-scale. Original details include nearly 10 ceilings, beautifully maintained herringbone hardwood floors and a wood-burning fireplace with large, elegant mantel. This very quiet three-bedroom, three-bathroom home is quite flexible with abundant storage. Entry into the apartment is from a large gallery features a double deep coat and linen closet and leads to an elegant and open loft-like formal expanse 24-foot living room, large dining area and wood-burning fireplace. The very spacious windowed eat-in kitchen offers plenty of counter and storage space and includes washer/dryer. A large home office / staff room with full bath is located off the kitchen and is flexible in its utility. The residence wing includes three oversized bedrooms, two en-suite windowed baths and an extraordinary amount of closet space. This wonderful sunny prewar high-floor home, in a highly sought-after Carnegie Hill building on Park Avenue, preserves the grand proportions that are so appealing and well-suited for entertaining. 1070 Park Avenue is a full-service building with full time doorman, concierge and incredible staff. There is a gym, basketball court, bike room, central laundry and storage. Pied-a-terres are welcome. 50% financing is allowed. There is a 2% flip tax paid by the purchaser. Private storage transfers with the apartment.

Elie Khen
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