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Emery Roth-designed penthouse is Park Avenue perfection for $7.2M

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And the views aren’t too shabby either

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman.

A sprawling Upper East penthouse within one of Emery Roth’s esteemed co-op buildings has made its way to the market, asking $7.2 million. The two-bedroom, three-bathroom home is located on the 18th floor of 784 Park Avenue and boasts a mix of both classic and contemporary details.

The gallery, complete with arched entryways, leads into the spacious living room where there is a fireplace and walls of windows that bring in loads of natural light. On the opposite end of the gallery, you’ll find the kitchen area with lounge seating, a formal dining room (with an interesting choice of wallpaper), a staff entrance, staff room, a washer/dryer, and an office area.

The two en-suite bedrooms sit adjacent to each other and both feature sizable walk-in closets. Near the living room, there is a powder room that’s been converted into a wet bar but can easily be converted back.

The outdoor space that comes with this penthouse is pretty impressive: there are a series of setback terraces, one accessed through the living room and a second one that can be accessed through both the master bedroom and the living room. Both have views that aren’t too shabby for Park Avenue.

Maintenance is going for $6,031/month.