This high-floor apartment offers extraordinary graciousness, exceptional space and incredible light. It is located in a prime full-service cooperative building, designed in 1926 by JER Carpenter, with open North, East and South views. The large entrance foyer off of the private elevator landing radiates to the corner living room with its wood-burning fireplace, the library with a corner study, and the formal dining room. The proportions of the rooms are particularly generous and the flow among the public rooms is ideal for entertaining. A separate bedroom wing boasts four large bedrooms, including the sun-flooded, corner primary bedroom. The windowed kitchen is adjacent to a breakfast room and to a large home office created out of two of the original staff rooms. This space could easily be used as a fifth bedroom opening to the bedroom hallway. An additional staff room, a large pantry and five full bathrooms complete the apartment. This residence is coming to the market for the first time in many years. 1115 Fifth Avenue is a coveted prewar building located in the heart of the Carnegie Hill Historic District and in the middle of Museum Mile. Numerous fine restaurants, galleries and fabulous shopping boutiques make this Upper East Side neighborhood a center of culture and refinement. The proximity to Central Park and the pretty tree-lined streets provide a sense of quiet enjoyment. A large, windowed and well-appointed gym on the lobby level, and individual basement storage rooms are unusual attributes of this full-service building. There is a 2.5% flip tax paid by the buyer and 50% financing is permitted.