730 Park Avenue, 6C,
Upper East Side
New York, NY 10021
About the Property
Located in one of Park Avenue’s premier prewar co-operatives, this magnificent corner eleven into nine-room home has beautifully proportioned rooms, high ceilings, oversized windows, and two wood-burning fireplaces. There are four bedroom suites, four windowed bathrooms, and a powder room. The spectacular entertaining rooms include a corner living room, a library, a formal dining room, a windowed eat-in kitchen with a separate windowed breakfast room, and a windowed pantry and laundry room.
A private elevator landing leads to a grand entrance gallery that is 20 feet long and opens onto three extraordinary entertaining rooms. The stately 27-foot long corner living room faces west and north and features the first wood-burning fireplace and four large windows. The adjacent library has custom built-ins and the second wood-burning fireplace. From the gallery, you can also enter the formal dining room, which can seat 20 guests. There is an enormous windowed eat-in kitchen with a center island. It is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances including a Traulsen refrigerator, a Subzero freezer, two Miele dishwashers, a Vulcan double oven with a six-burner range and griddle, and two sinks. There is a windowed breakfast room with a built-in banquette and an incredible wall of storage with five floor-to-ceiling cabinets. A separate windowed pantry and laundry room is located off the kitchen, where there is a side-by-side washer/dryer, a sink, and a second refrigerator. The staff quarters include an oversized bedroom and an en-suite windowed bathroom. An elegant powder room and a large coat closet complete the public spaces.
As for the private quarters, there is a luxurious corner primary bedroom suite that is 26’9” long and includes floor-to-ceiling windows in a solarium with treetop views overlooking the neighboring townhouses. There are two lavish dressing rooms – one is 10’6” by 8’ and the other is 7’ by 5’. The en-suite windowed primary bathroom has a separate oversized shower, a deep soaking bathtub, and a large vanity area. There are two additional bedroom suites both with excellent closet space and en-suite windowed bathrooms. One storage bin is assigned to the apartment. There is a 3% flip tax paid by the buyer.
Listing courtesy of Cathy Franklin of Corcoran
Perfectly situated in the heart of one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City, 730 Park Avenue is a prewar white-glove boutique co-operative that was built in 1928 by F. Burrall Hoffman Jr. and Lafayette A. Goldstone in the Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Jacobean style. It houses only forty residences. There is a large renovated gym in the building, full-time doormen, a live-in resident manager and a bike room.