New York, NY, USA
1000 PARK AVENUE
Located in one of Park Avenue's most impressive Emery Roth designed, Bing and Bing built cooperatives, this outstanding five bedroom six bath duplex is perfect for grand-scale entertaining and incomparable daily living. The appealing residence features expansive rooms, soaring 10-foot ceilings, classic moldings, abundant closet and storage space, rich hardwood floors and through-wall air conditioning. Natural light filters in through oversized windows. Upon entering the spacious gallery one immediately notices the wide, elegant mahogany staircase that lends a townhouse feeling to the residence with all the amenities of a superb white-glove full service home. The entertaining space consists of a corner 24-foot living room adjoined by a formal dining room currently used as a comfortable den. The residence also features an enormous chef's eat-in kitchen with custom cabinetry and appliances from Subzero and Dacor. A laundry room with full bath adjoins. The corner master suite and bath offer a calm respite. The fifth bedroom with en-suite bath completes the main floor. The second level consists of a massive, cheery recreation/media room, library, and staff room. An additional three bedrooms and three baths, provides a generous and flexible layout. This is truly a rare opportunity for grand-scale living in a premier Park Avenue cooperative. Emery Roth was a master who combined eclectic architectural elements into romantic compositions of dignity and grace. His design of ornate apartment buildings was inspired by Renaissance palaces. Founded in 1906, Leo and Alexander Bing built hotels and apartments at a time when luxurious in New York was synonymous with grand-scale elegance. The building is fully staffed with a live-in resident manager and full-time doormen. Additional amenities include a fully equipped state-of-the-art gym, storage bins for each unit, a bicycle room, a central laundry room, and a beautiful refurbished lobby. The residence is located in the heart of the Upper East Side, and two blocks from Central Park. It is near the Metropolitan Museum, schools, wonderful restaurants, lovely boutiques and is convenient to public transportation.