The home has six bedrooms, four and a half bedrooms, and spacious entertaining spaces, with an exceptional living room, dining room, and kitchen experly laid out. A semi private elevator landing opens into a gracious foyer that leads to the oversized living room, which has beautiful windows and Park Avenue exposures. The foyer and living room connect to the gorgeous formal dining room, an entertainer’s dream, complete with a wet bar and powder room. The eat-in-kitchen was exquisitely designed by Clive Christian, complete with top-of-the-line appliances, smart storage throughout, bright windows, and a breakfast bar for easy dining. Beyond the living spaces, the main level also has three bedrooms, all with ample closet space, and two bathrooms. The upper level has three generously sized bedrooms, including the lovely primary bedroom, which faces East and is outfitted with closets and an en-suite bathroom. The sprawling space also includes hardwood floors throughout, in addition to an abundance of closet space and soaring ceilings. There is a 2% flip tax. 875 Park Avenue is an iconic full service white-glove prewar cooperative building in the heart of the Upper East Side. Built in 1912, the address was so desired that the builder William Korn, the former president of JH Taylor Builders, was a resident. Residents enjoy the outstanding 24-hour doorman service, large storage rooms and extensive security. The building is pet-friendly and contains an excellent fitness facility, as well as a laundry room. 875 Park is a few blocks away from Lenox Hill Hospital and is convenient to the 77th Street subway station at Lexington Avenue, where residents can catch the 4, 5, and 6 trains.