Charming Carnegie Hill Seven Boutique coop, just off Fifth Avenue on one of Carnegie Hill’s most idyllic blocks. The living room’s parlor sized windows look directly onto the tree-tops and the magnificent architecture of the Carhart and Fabbri mansions. Newly renovated wood-burning fireplace, custom bookshelves and high beamed ceilings impart a gracious feeling of comfort and style. The easy flow between living and dining rooms makes entertaining a snap; and the formal dining room’s generous proportions create a gallery like feel, perfect for displaying and enjoying artwork. Access the kitchen through a renovated butler’s pantry and wet bar. The windowed eat-in kitchen is handsomely finished with crisp forest green counter tops and white cabinetry. A bonus room off the kitchen is currently being used as a combination den and home office with a built-in desk and half bath. The cheerful center hallway, outfitted with additional closets, separates the private and common areas. The corner ensuite primary bedroom receives fantastic light through three six over six windows onto 95th street with an unexpected peek of Central Park to the west. The second and third bedrooms are also bathed in generous natural light and share a beautifully renovated bathroom worthy of Architectural Digest. The original hardwood floors have been expertly lightened to stunning effect. Other highlights include custom millwork throughout and built-in drawers in every bedroom for additional storage. Air conditioning is a combination of through the wall and window units. A custom cabinet and marble counter top were designed to house a new Miele washer and dryer. 4 East 95th Street was built in 1922 in the Georgian style. The façade is brick with limestone and terra cotta ornamentation. Its entrance is enhanced by a small balcony with a limestone balustrade and the mansard roof is finished with copper dormers. The surrounding area offers the very best of Carnegie Hill from top tier schools and eateries to the opulent legacy of Andrew Carnegie, whose former residence is now the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Guggenheim Museum is a few blocks away. Access Central Park’s most spectacular features including the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, the Bridel path and the formal Conservancy Gardens. 4 East 95th Street is a full-service coop with a 24-hour doorman and live-in Super. It offers a complimentary storage bin for each apartment as well as bike storage. Pet friendly/50% financing/2% flip tax payable by buyer.