14 East 75th Street, Unit 5E, Manhattan, NY 10021
This exquisite apartment, nestled between Fifth and Madison Avenues, epitomizes timeless elegance and modern sophistication. Meticulously renovated by renowned interior designer Emily Summers, this residence seamlessly melds pre-war architectural charm with stunning contemporary amenities.
The elevator opens onto a semi-private landing, ensuring both privacy and exclusivity. Step inside the welcoming entrance gallery, where a sense of sanctuary envelops you. The heart of the home, the double-height living room, commands attention with its 16' ceilings, high-end Lutron lighting, wood-burning fireplace, and Maramarino plaster walls. This grand space is suitable for a sizable art collection and is further enhanced by ten meticulously restored 17th-century stained-glass panels.
The primary bedroom offers a peaceful retreat with its tree-lined views and serene ambiance. Luxurious touches include custom drapery, marble windowsills, and an exquisite Phillipe Anthonioz plaster chandelier. Abundant closet space, including a walk-in with oak shelving, ensure all of your storage needs are met. The ensuite primary bathroom boasts Calacatta marble floors and walls, custom hardware, a Toto Neorest toilet, and custom cabinets with specialty lighting.
The second bedroom, currently serving as a den and home office, is a true testament to bespoke craftsmanship with custom Gretchen Belinger felted wool upholstered walls, embroidered drapes, and a custom library wall system. The en-suite bathroom has been thoughtfully updated with marble walls and floors, Fantini fixtures, and specialty cabinets and lighting.
The elegant formal dining room is perfect for hosting gatherings, large or small. With its Maramarino plaster walls, custom curtains, and a stunning Bastien Carre-French custom-designed LED light sculpture, it sets the stage for memorable dining experiences. The kitchen and butler's pantry are a chef's dream, featuring Calacatta Caldia marble, white oak floors, integrated Eggersman cabinets, and top-of-the-line appliances including a Gaggenau gas cooktop, Wolf double oven, Gaggenau fridge, Asko dishwasher, and SubZero freezer drawers.
Located in a boutique cooperative building designed by George F. Pelham in 1929, 14 East 75th Street offers residents a white-glove experience. With a full-time doorman, live-in resident manager, fitness center, and laundry facilities, every need is taken care of. The location is unbeatable, with Central Park, Museum Mile, luxury hotels, boutique shopping, and fine dining just steps away. The building allows for both primary residences and pied-à-terre with approval, and is also pet-friendly. Please note that there is a 2% flip tax responsibility for the buyer.
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