Another blue chip apartment is up for grabs at the billionaire-beloved building at 730 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side. A 4,300-square-foot co-op spanning the entirety of the building’s seventh floor is now on the market for a cool $10 million. The broker lingo casually states that the four-bedroom, five-bathroom home “defines luxury and elegance” and we can agree with that.
There is a lot happening in this apartment, but let’s start with the basics: a private elevator leads into a spacious gallery that connects to a sun-filled living room, appointed with a wood-burning fireplace with an elaborate mantle. The room overlooks Central Park.
In between the living room and the dining room is a sizable library that sports wood-paneled walls and custom built-in bookshelves along with a limestone fireplace. The eat-in kitchen comes with a butler’s pantry and a staff room, and a laundry room is nearby.
The apartment is graceful as it is now, but realizing that potential buyers may not be feeling the floorplan, the Stribling listing agents have taken it upon themselves to tap design firm The Renovated Home to propose a renovation [PDF!] that would only cost $1.8 million.
Monthly maintenance is going for a hefty $10,589, but what’s that to a millionaire?
- Listing: 730 Park Avenue [Stribling]