Take a peek at these ultra-luxe pads on the Upper East Side and you’ll be green with envy.
This 1885 construction in the Carnegie Hill Historic District has been completely redesigned by the distinguished architect Emery Roth to reflect the Modern Classic style of the 1920s.
The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath, pre-war residence marries modern aesthetics with classic architectural details. It features beautiful ebony wood floors, a chef’s kitchen with Poggenpohl cabinetry, 11-foot ceilings on the second floor, a stunning floating staircase, and, above all, a wonderful glass atrium that leads to a private outdoor terrace.
Each of the home’s five stories offers an abundance of natural light, as well as views of the attractive Brick church and the gardens on Park Avenue. The asking price for this pad is now $4.9 million.
Experience unparalleled living in this stunning First Avenue apartment that features views to the north, south, east, and west.
The $10 million abode on the 24th floor has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 10-foot, two-inch floor-to-ceiling windows. Also included in its 3,252 square feet are a custom-designed eat-in-kitchen, Italian marble bathrooms, and five-inch white oak flooring throughout. Access this spectacular space through a private elevator landing or a separate service entrance.
Designed by leading architect Costas Kondylis, The Laurel is a full-service building with countless amenities including a doorman, live-in super, indoor parking, screening room, children’s playroom, and residents’ lounge. Most impressive, however, is the in-house triathlon training centered called The Trophy Club. The space includes two resistance pools, a fifty-foot lap pool, two floors of cardio and weight training facilities, and steam and sauna rooms.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit for sale is 1,276 square feet and boasts oak wood floors, a corner living room with glass walls, a Poggenpohl kitchen, and two marble baths. Large windows throughout give this home a bright, airy feel.
Located in one of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods, this $14.75 million, 4,625-square-foot townhouse exudes luxury at every turn.
The six-bedroom, eight-bath residence spans six floors, each showcasing modern updates seamlessly incorporated into its pre-war features—there are seven original fireplaces with ornate antique and period mantels.
Wood floors and crown molding runs throughout this home that is flooded with natural light. Ideal for entertaining, the mansion also features 1,750 square feet of outdoor space, including a roof deck with views of the Midtown skyline.
Other amenities include a gym, wine cave, recreation area, and storage in the basement.
Now listed at $3.695 million, this 3,200-square-foot home is bright with natural sunlight, showcasing oversized southern facing windows in its main living space, and large windows throughout.
The pre-war building maintains many of its original, charming characteristics, including wood flooring, a wood-burning fireplace, and raised beamed ceilings. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath residence has, however, been completely updated to include the most up-to-date amenities. Other perks of living in this East 68th Street home are a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, outdoor patio, and children’s playground.