Enjoy Park Avenue glamour and luxury in this rare three-bedroom, three-bathroom home in the only prewar condominium on the famed thoroughfare.
Beautifully arranged to keep an open entertaining space and private bedrooms, this home's gracious foyer welcomes you into a large, inviting great room. Wrapped in windows facing north and west, you'll enjoy fantastic light, handsome coffered ceilings and plenty of room with generous sitting and dining areas. Coveted prewar details abound here, including lovely moldings and millwork, high ceilings, wood herringbone floors and gracefully scaled entryways with solid-core doors. The kitchen is conveniently accessible from both the foyer and dining room, and filled with ample cabinet space and top-notch appliances, including a dishwasher and in-unit washer dryer. Bedrooms are set down a private hallway for optimal tranquility. The oversized master suite includes a huge walk-in closet and serene en-suite bathroom. There's a second full bedroom suite, and the third bedroom is placed directly across from the third full bathroom.
Daily living feels effortless at the Mayfair, a stately 1925 brick and limestone building by J.E.R. Carpenter, one of New York City's most renowned architects of apartment houses in the 1920s. Enjoy room service from Michelin-starred restaurant Daniel located within the building. Ask the attentive concierge to arrange anything from a private massage to tickets to the hottest new play. There's a full-time doorman, optional housekeeping service and a parking valet, as well. With only 68 homes, 610 Park Avenue offers a private boutique feel with all the amenities of a full-service condominium, including a breathtaking lobby, updated fitness room, and laundry room.
Set on the corner of world-famous Park Avenue and 65th Street, within the Upper East Side Historic District, renowned boutiques, restaurants, museums and galleries line the nearby streets. Central Park is just a block away, putting the Central Park Zoo, Wollman Rink and the Pond just beyond your doorstep.