Enjoy your own four-bedroom Versailles on the Upper East Side for $8M
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As if a Fifth Avenue address isn’t elegant enough, this four-bedroom co-op at 910 Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side offers Gilded Age glamour in every detail along with Central Park vistas and a private terrace. At 4,200 square feet, this Manhattan home, asking $7,975,000, is townhouse-sized, with perks like a private elevator landing, service elevator, staff quarters, and much, much more.
Though this home is a marble-clad maximalist masterpiece, its colors and finishes are exquisite rather than garish. Even beyond its capacious size, the apartment is infinitely livable, with countless closets and two-zone central air conditioning throughout.
Enter through a palatial foyer and gallery. A sun-filled double-sized drawing room lies just beyond.
Just off the main living room is a cozy, fuchsia-wrapped sitting room/study. The co-op has the good fortune of possessing a landscaped and planted south-facing balcony, perfect for morning meditation or evening cocktails.
The kitchen is a study in color pairing, starring Rojo Alicante marble worktops. The formal dining room is framed by marble tile flooring and pale green walls. A staff room, bath, and laundry facilities service these fabulous yet functional spaces.
A double-size primary bedroom includes a sitting room and a sprawling office/dressing room. The ensuite marble-clad bath is an elegant escape.
Another bedroom is currently being used as an impressive library. An additional chamber has the use of another stunning marble bath.
Built in 1919 by Fred F. French Company, the full-service, cooperative offers an attentive staff, a garage (the apartment comes with two parking spaces), a fitness room, and central laundry. Pied-a-terres are allowed, but pets are not.
[Listing details: 910 Fifth Avenue 11BC at CityRealty]
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