View a $4.49 Million Upper East Side Condo
Enjoy the visible foliage from every window in this peaceful pre-war apartment overlooking Central Park
Written by Annie Caminiti
Located along Carnegie Hill’s prestigious Museum Mile in Manhattan, this expansive three bedroom, three and a half bath condominium with views of Central Park is the best of both worlds. Residents will enjoy a perfect blend of pre-war elegance and contemporary style. While the Upper East Side is a peaceful community, the hustle and bustle of cultural and arts await below as this building is located near The Guggenheim, The Cooper Hewitt, El Museo Del Barrio, Museum of The City of New York, The Jewish Museum and last but not least, The MET. Pass by the beautiful Vanderbilt Gate and into Central Park's Conservatory Gardens in order to admire the lush gardens and the Burnett and Untermyer Fountains.
After walking through the building’s pre-war lobby, you’ll enter inside apartment 4A and be welcomed with a warm foyer. Just beyond the foyer, the connected dining room and living room are adorned with captivating scenery just through the windows. And a Central Park facing apartment would be absolutely remiss without enormous windows overlooking the park. Amenities include 24-hour attended lobby, an in-house resident's manager, over 2,500 square feet of state-of-the-art fitness center, a resident's lounge and children's playroom and for additional fees, pool access and parking. While this home is celebrated for its history, dating back to 1925, the home was given a reboot in 2011 in order to combine the pre-war style with appreciated modern touches.
Click through the gallery to see the $4.49 million condo and reach out to Douglas Elliman’s @jackyteplitzky_team for more information on this Upper East Side gem.