Perfection! Stunningly curated and impeccably finished, this Classic Six between Fifth and Madison has it ALL! Renowned designer, Emily Summers, delivered a custom home, seamlessly incorporating the building's original pre-war details with all of the modern conveniences expected today. Must be seen to truly appreciate the craftsmanship, design and quality.
Privacy and luxury abound as you step off the elevator to your semi-private landing. Upon entering the residence, one is immediately aware of the serenity and the arrival to a truly special sanctuary. The inviting entrance gallery opens to the dramatic double height living room, highlighted by 16' ceilings, a wood burning fireplace with antique mantle, Maramarino plaster walls, high end specialty Lutron lighting and showcasing ten fully restored 17th century Swiss Marriage Armorial stained-glass panels.
The elegant formal dining room can easily accommodate 12 comfortably providing a gracious stage for both intimate and glamorous large-scale entertaining including Marmarino plaster walls, custom curtains and a one of kind Bastien Carre-French custom designed LED light sculpture.
Also, off of the gallery, the 2nd bedroom is currently configured as a library/den, complete with custom Gretchen Belinger felted wool upholstered walls, custom embroidered drapes/Roman shades, a custom library wall system and credenza by KGBL. Fully equipped and updated en-suite windowed bath with honed marble walls/floors, top of the line Fantini fixtures and specialty cabinets and lighting.
The pin drop quiet primary bedroom with West and South tree lined exposures is a true retreat. Custom drapery, marble windowsills and a Phillipe Anthonioz plaster chandelier are just a couple highlights. Others amenities include an abundance of closets, including a walk-in with oak shelving and a full hallway of faux antiqued mirrored storage spaces. The top of the line primary windowed bathroom includes Calacatta Nambia honed marble floors/walls, THG hardware, Toto Neorest programmable toilet and custom cabinets with specialty lighting.
The windowed Chef's kitchen and butler's pantry are replete with Calacatta Caldia marble and fully integrated top-of-the-line Eggersman cabinets, Gaggenau gas cooktop with vented hood, Wolf double oven Gaggenau fridge, Asko DW, SubZero freezer drawers and topped off with Dornbracht hardware. Everything was designed with thought and provides abundant storage and all of the tools for the most discerning chef. Off the kitchen is the convenient utility room which includes an Asko Washer/Dryer, built in ice maker, additional storage and mechanicals for the HVAC system.
This exceptional apartment has it ALL! Additional highlights include: Updated electrical/ plumbing; new Pella windows, HVAC-LG split system, 4 zones including humidification system, original oak floors, camera system with remote access, SONOS music system, Lutron programmable lighting, Theophile hardware, and custom drapery. Many more highlights.
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14 East 75th Street is one of the most distinguished on the Upper East Side, designed by George F. Pelham and built in 1929, is a boutique, 12-story cooperative, comprised of 61 apartments. Residents enjoy white-glove service: full-time doorman, concierge, live-in resident manager, laundry room and a recently updated fitness center. Low monthly maintenance due to the building benefiting from the ownership of shops along Madison Avenue. Conveniently located less than a block from Central Park, Museum Mile, The Mark Hotel, Carlyle Hotel, art galleries, coffee shops, boutique shopping, and fine dining. Principal residence or pied-a-terre and pet friendly with approval. 2% Flip Tax Paid by Buyer.