Splendid space and dazzling light in this skylit duplex home situated on the top two floors of one of the most desirable luxury prewar residences in the heart of the Upper East Side. Enter on the tenth floor through the foyer which opens to the huge living room with woodburning fireplace, formal dining room, library with woodburning fireplace and a den, creating a perfect flow for entertaining in these four rooms. There is constant natural light streaming in from the east facing windows of the library and den, and from the west facing windows of the living room and dining room, which overlook the Armory, creating an inviting and sunfilled aura. The foyer also has a powder room and the original carved wooden staircase with turned and corkscrewed balustrades leading to the large upper landing. The sunny eat in kitchen and butler’s pantry with its charming back staircase complete the lower level of this house-like duplex. The upper floor has a spacious landing leading to the four large sunfilled bedrooms. The master bedroom with fireplace, has open city views from south and west facing windows. There are four full bathrooms on this level as well as two staff rooms, which could easily be combined to create a fifth large bedroom. There are ample closets throughout and all new soundproof windows.
130 East 67th Street is a distinctive Italian Renaissance style building designed by the esteemed architect Charles A. Platt and built in 1908. This white-glove building is pet friendly, allows 50% financing and has basement storage.