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830 Park Avenue #2/3B Upper East Side, NY 10021 - New York
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Co-op apartments for sale 830 Park Avenue #2/3B, Upper East Side - New York


ref. RPLU-21919618251

This magnificent original duplex apartment has been completely renovated and is in mint condition with every modern convenience.Originally a 10 room residence with a unique floor plan in the building, apartment 2/3B has been masterfully reimagined for today's lifestyle, while keeping its early 20th Century grandeur. By subtly tweaking the lay-out and adding central air conditioning, a top of the line Chef's kitchen, and beautifully finished bathrooms, this home is elegant and perfect for modern living.Beyond the foyer, the apartment features a grand reception/music room anchored by an original wood burning fire place. The reception room leads to an exquisite large living room with a second fire place and oversized floor to ceiling windows overlooking the pretty trees on quiet East 76th Street. The formal dining room has been combined with the library to create an extra-large room that can generously accommodate a large dining table and a comfortable den. The large eat-in kitchen features excellent appliances, a round banquette and an oversized south facing window. The two original staff rooms have been combined to create a fifth bedroom and/or staff room currently used as a play area with fold away bunk beds. Adjacent, there is a third full bathroom.. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms, one of which is currently used as office/dressing room with the master bedroom suite. There are 2 large additional bedrooms that share a bathroom.830 Park Avenue is a 12 story plus penthouse, 39 unit building designed by George and Edward Blum and constructed in 1912. It was converted to cooperative ownership in 1953. There is a 2.5% 'flip tax' payable by the buyer.Located on the most coveted Park Avenue location on East 76th Street near restaurants, excellent shopping, Lenox Hill Hospital, and transportation.

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