Showings begin May 17th. Enjoy co-op grandeur and condominium ease in this perfect Lenox Hill showplace featuring two bedrooms and four bathrooms in a historic full-service building less than two blocks from Central Park. Currently configured as a 2 bedroom but originally a 3 bedroom plus staff room and can be a 4 bedroom. Please see alternate floor plans.
Featuring both original architectural detail and stunning designer updates, this 1,650-square-foot home is a masterpiece in form and function. Ceilings soar nearly 10 feet tall; deep-stained hardwood floors run throughout; and stately millwork and archways add to the grandeur you'd expect from a historic Upper East Side residence.
The large foyer welcomes you with gracious proportions and a large closet. To the right, the expansive living room provides a luxurious space for entertaining with gleaming built-ins and a handsome wood-burning fireplace as your focal point. The spectacular dining room awaits your next dinner party, and the immaculate windowed kitchen is beautifully designed with complementary gray Shaker cabinetry topped in marble. Chefs will love the top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including a four-burner hooded Wolf range with griddle, French door Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and a wine refrigerator.
Head to the master suite to find rows of custom closets and two separate en suite marble bathrooms: one with a gorgeous soaking tub, the other with a large walk-in shower. The second bedroom includes a well-appointed private bath of its own.
Currently configured with two bedroom suites, this expansive floor plan can easily accommodate the creation of a third bedroom suite without sacrificing living space or convenience.
Built in 1927, 50 East 72nd Street is a neo-Renaissance building in limestone and brick. Residents of the pet-friendly building enjoy full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, laundry and bike room.
Situated between Madison and Park avenues, this home grants front-row access to the best of Upper East Side living. Astounding galleries and Museum Mile put the world's greatest works of art just inches from your front door, and Central Park offers acres of pastoral outdoor space just a block and a half west. Great boutiques and cafés line the nearby streets, and 6, F and Q trains put the rest of the city within easy reach.