Triple mint, newly renovated (and never been lived in) 2 Bedroom home with a wood burning fireplace in a coveted prewar building just off Park Avenue. This impeccably designed, soup-to-nuts gut renovation features luxury finishes and fixtures as well as brand new windows, plumbing, electric and millwork. Originally a classic 6, this apartment was thoughtfully reconfigured to create an eat-in kitchen and a luxurious primary bedroom suite with a dressing room even Carrie Bradshaw would be envious of. A semi-private elevator landing leads into a proper entry foyer with a side-by-side living room and dining room that lends itself to elegant entertaining. The beautiful windowed kitchen boasts Bilotta custom cabinets, Calacatta marble countertops with a built-in breakfast bar/work station, high-end appliances, a fun (and functional) butler's pantry/bar and an abundance of counter space and storage for easy, everyday cooking. Both bedrooms are generously sized and have big windows, nice light and boast brand new windowed marble bathrooms. With windows in every room and only one shared wall in the entire apartment, this home is a very private and peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life. Other details include beautifully maintained hardwood floors, a washer/dryer, high ceilings, recessed lighting and tons of closets.
Built in 1923, by famed architect Mott B. Schmidt (who also built 1088 Park Avenue & 19 East 72nd Street), 53 East 66th Street is a full service building with a live-in Super and gym. This incredible Upper East Side location is a block and a half from Central Park and close to the city's finest restaurants and shops.