It’s been a little over a year since the first set of residents started moving into the Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed lavish Upper East Side condo building, 20 East End Avenue, and now the developer of the building has unveiled photos for condo’s first duplex residence.
The apartment, which recently listed with Corcoran for $11 million, measures 4,299 square feet, and has six bedrooms, and six and a half bathrooms. This particular unit was designed by interior decorator Patrik Lönn.
The apartment opens up into a stunning 16-foot foyer with a staircase that leads to the upper level. Right next to the foyer is the expansive living room, which comes with a gas burning fireplace. The kitchen is beyond that and comes fitted with Gaggenau appliances, and Brazilian quartzite countertops. Four of the six bedrooms are also located on this lower level.
The master suite is on the second floor, and has access to a private terrace and two walk-in closets. The ensuite master bathroom is fully covered in marble and has a cast iron tub, A RAMSA-designed double sink vanity, and heated flooring that can be controlled through Wi-Fi.
Aside from that, the apartment overall has 11-foot-tall ceilings, large casement windows, eight-foot-tall doorways, Appalachian oak herringbone flooring, and nearly 500 square feet of outdoor space.
Just last month, a massive penthouse measuring over 6,000 square feet, went into contract at the building at $28 million, so the prospects seem high for this duplex as well.