This unique two-bedroom duplex apartment, tastefully renovated, and the perfect combination of old New York grandeur and comfortable elegance is like nothing else on the market. Located in the heart of the Upper East Side on Park Avenue, this architecturally significant landmarked building was designed in 1912 by John Russell Pope for prominent opera composer Reginald De Koven. The building boasts only six residences and recently completed an extensive renovation, restoring many of its intricate architectural details while also incorporating major capital improvements. The spacious entry foyer flows graciously to the dramatic sun-drenched main living room facing Park Avenue, boasting lovely treetop views through a wall of oversized leaded bay windows. The airy, loft like space is anchored by beautiful hardwood floors, decorative fireplace and gorgeous restored wood-paneled walls. The adjoining windowed kitchen has been completely renovated for modern living, with stainless steel appliances and a stone countertop. Upstairs, there are two specious bedrooms, two bathrooms (one ensuite), and four closets, one of which is a massive custom-designed walk-in. City quiet windows, wall-mounted ductless air conditioners and abundant closets complete this not-to-be-missed gem that feels like a house. 1025 Park Avenue is one of the last few remaining genuine mansions on the Upper East Side with a long record of culturally important history. Located two blocks from the magnificent Museum Mile, close to transportation and the finest shopping and dining. Building amenities include a live-in superintendent, cleaning services, and central laundry. A rare and special offering. Please note that dogs under 20lbs are permitted in the building. Some photos are virtually staged.