On the market for the first time in 30 years, a pre-war condominium residence on Park Avenue in New York City has been listed with a $5.5 million price tag, according to press materials.
Exuding Old World elegance, the Upper East Side one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom apartment opens to a formal entry gallery that leads to a wood-paneled library and living room, overlooking Park Avenue.
An Art Deco bathroom and a walk-in closet are featured in the master suite.
The eat-in kitchen has a separate pantry closet and powder room, and there is a built-in china closet in the formal dining room.
Built in 1911, the apartment was designed by William A. Boring with two fireplaces, one decorative and one gas, original moldings, 10-foot-five-inch ceilings, and hardwood floors.
The residential building, on the corner of 60th Street and Park Avenue, is located across the street from The Regency Hotel.
The listing at 521 Park Avenue is held by Wendy Sarasohn, Jamie S. Joseph, Tania K. Isacoff, and Allison Chiaramonte of Brown Harris Stevens.
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