A lovely Arts & Crafts-style home on the Upper East Side is now on the market for $4.85 million. The maisonette on East 86th Street is part of a 15-story co-op building, but can be accessed through its own private entrance.
The duplex is located within the first two floors of that co-op, and recently underwent a year-long renovation. Through the private entrance on the ground floor, the apartment opens up into a foyer, with a formal living room and dining room on either side.
This house is all about the wood paneling and details—some of the standout features on its lower level are handcrafted coffered ceilings, cabinets, and moldings; hand-painted Venetian plaster walls; oak herringbone floors; and a gas fireplace with copper and Tiffany-glass tiles. The kitchen comes outfitted with marble counters, a lovely stained glass window, swanky appliances, and access to a pantry.
The duplex’s three bedrooms are located up a flight of stairs (made of wood, of course). The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet, and a marble en-suite bathroom with radiant-heated flooring. Residents in the building also have access to a full-time doorman, a bike room, and a gym.