For $14M, this full-floor Upper East Side condo feels like a designer show house, wine room and gallery included
Photo credit: MW Studios for Sotheby’s International Realty
Situated a prime Park Avenue location, in the Parkside condominium building at 525 Park Avenue, this sprawling 4,000-square-foot home occupies an entire floor, with a layout that feels like a townhouse in the sky. Designed by noted decorator David Kleinberg, each room of the pre-war condo, asking $13,995,000, is a showcase of elegant texture, color and pattern. An extra-large gallery is perfect for a sizable art collection; a wet bar and a wine room await grand-scale entertaining. A high floor location means iconic unobstructed views in every direction.
The home’s gracious layout begins with a foyer that can accommodate a major art collection. “Smart home” features like an integrated media system, motorized black-out and sun shades, central air, and climate controls complement the fine design.
The sun-filled living room features a wall of windows; adjacent is a formal dining room–all with 10-foot ceilings. An impressively-appointed eat-in kitchen has state-of-the-art appliances, including dual ovens, dishwashers and warming drawers, and a large pantry.
Next to the dining room is a wet bar. Off the kitchen, a wine room has beautifully-designed lighting and a sensored door. For ultimate convenience, the living area is served by a laundry room and powder room.
The luxurious primary suite is the size of a studio apartment. A crisp, well-designed modern bath with a steam shower and Jacuzzi tub and a luxurious dressing room round out the suite. Each of the home’s four bedrooms has its own bath.
Perks at this Park Avenue condominium include a private parking space, a doorman and additional storage.
[Listing details: 525 Park Avenue, 11AB at CityRealty]
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