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TRIPLE MINT 11 ROOM WITH TERRACE & CENTRAL PARK VIEWS
An expansive 28 foot entrance gallery with travertine floors and coffered beamed ceiling leads to all major entertaining rooms in this exquisitely renovated and beautifully unique contemporary home. The living room opens onto a fully landscaped terrace with direct Central Park and Reservoir views. The adjacent dining/family room has a banquette and an oversized picture window.The windowed eat in kitchen is well appointed with a large breakfast bar, granite countertops, wood cabinetry, a SubZero refrigerator, Viking professional double oven and range with vented hood and Miele dishwasher. There is also a large breakfast room and a staff / laundry room, full bath and washer / dryer.
There are two separate and distinct wings off the entrance gallery. Wing One consists of a sun flooded corner master bedroom suite with views of Central Park, built in closets and a spa like marble bath featuring a Kohler deep soaking Jacuzzi, double vanity and glass enclosed stall shower with rain showerhead plus two additional bedrooms with excellent closets and a sizable study area and full bath. Wing Two consists of a 32 foot media room and dining area with a dry bar as well as three picturesque windows overlooking treetop gardens plus a fourth bedroom or library, a large walk in closet, full bath and a well-appointed office. The media room can be reconfigured into a fifth bedroom.
Additional niceties include herringbone hardwood floors, architectural details including custom moldings, baseboards and built-ins, through the wall air conditioning, advanced lighting, a powder room and over 20 closets.
15 East 91st Street was built in 1948 by architects Schultze and Associates. The co-op offers a doorman, concierge, fitness center, private storage and central laundry. Carnegie Hill is a quiet and beautiful Upper East Side enclave marked by an abundance of beautiful trees, the Central Park reservoir, charming shops and restaurants and cultural institutions including the Guggenheim and the 92nd Street Y.