Located in one of Park Avenue's premier prewar co-operatives, this magnificent corner eleven into nine-room home has beautifully proportioned rooms, high ceilings, oversized windows, and two wood-burning fireplaces. There are four bedroom suites, four windowed bathrooms, and a powder room. The spectacular entertaining rooms include a corner living room, a library, a formal dining room, a windowed eat-in kitchen with a separate windowed breakfast room, and a windowed pantry and laundry room.
A private elevator landing leads to a grand entrance gallery that is 20 feet long and opens onto three extraordinary entertaining rooms. The stately 27-foot long corner living room faces west and north, and features the first wood-burning fireplace and four large windows. The adjacent library has custom built-ins and the second wood-burning fireplace. From the gallery, you can also enter the formal dining room, which can seat 20 guests. There is an enormous windowed eat-in kitchen with a center island. It is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances including a Traulsen refrigerator, a Subzero freezer, two Miele dishwashers, a Vulcan double oven with a six-burner range and griddle, and two sinks. There is a windowed breakfast room with a built-in banquette and an incredible wall of storage with five floor-to-ceiling cabinets. A separate windowed pantry and laundry room is located off the kitchen, where there is a side-by-side washer/dryer, a sink, and a second refrigerator. The staff quarters include an oversized bedroom and an en-suite windowed bathroom. An elegant powder room and a large coat closet complete the public spaces.
As for the private quarters, there is a luxurious corner primary bedroom suite that is 26'9" long and includes floor-to-ceiling windows in a solarium with treetop views overlooking the neighboring townhouses. There are two lavish dressing rooms - one is 10'6" by 8' and the other is 7' by 5'. The en-suite windowed primary bathroom has a separate oversized shower, a deep soaking bathtub, and a large vanity area. There are two additional bedroom suites both with excellent closet space and en-suite windowed bathrooms. One storage bin is assigned to the apartment. There is a 3% flip tax paid by the buyer.
Perfectly situated in the heart of one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City, 730 Park Avenue is a prewar white-glove boutique co-operative that was built in 1928 by F. Burrall Hoffman Jr. and Lafayette A. Goldstone in the Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Jacobean style. It houses only forty residences. There is a large renovated gym in the building, full-time doormen, a live-in resident manager and a bike room.