Unique opportunity to own a rarely available two-bedroom home in the iconic 432 Park Avenue.
This 1,789-square-foot (166 square meter) residence features soaring 12'-6â ceilings and 10' x 10' windows providing abundant light and dynamic views of Central Park and the East River through northern and eastern exposures.
A gracious entry gallery leads to a large corner living and dining room perfect for entertaining.
The windowed open kitchen is outfitted with white lacquer and natural oak cabinetry, marble counters and floors, and marble breakfast bar with East River views. Stainless steel appliances by Miele include oven, warming drawer, gas cooktop, refrigerator/freezer, and built-in microwave.
The well-proportioned master suite offers a northern exposure with direct Central Park Views and features an abundance of upgraded built-in closet and storage space, and master bathroom with marble radiant-heated floors, dual vanities, soaking tub, and separate shower.
The second bedroom suite offers East River views and has its own marble bath. The powder room has been modified to add additional closet space, but can easily be converted back.
Designed by architect Rafael ViÃ±oly, 432 Park Avenue rises 1,396 feet and has become a prominent feature of the skyline as well as one of the most coveted addresses in New York City.
Residents of 432 Park Avenue enjoy 30,000 square feet of amenity space, including a lounge, private restaurant, 75-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center and spa with sauna, steam, and massage rooms, library, billiards room, screening / performance venue, conference room, childrens playroom and yoga studio. In-suite dining and room service, concierge, 24-hour doorman, onsite parking garage and valet services provided by the building's staff.
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