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Manhattan's East Side is home to the city's largest stock of pre-war co-op buildings. Inside, the apartments are rich in original moldings, wood paneling, and other architectural details. Such homes are among this week's most interesting co-ops.
520 East 86th Street
This duplex maisonette with a private entrance recently underwent a gut renovation with state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures, yet kept the handcrafted coffered wood ceilings, railings, cabinetry, moldings, and hand-painted Venetian plaster walls. Well-proportioned space, a built-in sound system, and gas fireplace with copper and Tiffany tiles makes the living room ideal for entertaining. Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in closet and marble bath with radiant heated floors.
1060 Fifth Avenue
A spacious, wood-paneled corner living room with south and west exposures, high ceilings, and fireplace with hand-carved mantle sets the tone for this grand prewar residence. The windowed eat-in kitchen has a large dining area, top-of-the-line appliances, and a walk-in butler’s pantry. At the far end of the apartment, the master bedroom has two en-suite baths, a dressing room, and multiple walk-in closets. Additional features include a home office, private laundry room, and abundance of closet space.
965 Fifth Avenue
A classic six-room in an Emery Roth-designed building features beautiful crown molding, herringbone hardwood floors, detailed wall paneling, and breathtaking Central Park and skyline views. The master bedroom offers the same stunning views, as well as a walk-in closet and en-suite bath. Additional features include a butler's pantry and chef's kitchen.
4 Sutton Place
A sun-flooded co-op on the full tenth and eleventh floors of “one of the nicest buildings in the Sutton Place area” has just come on the market. After entering through a private vestibule, the living room features high ceilings, classic moldings, a wood-burning fireplace, and three Juliet balconies. All bedrooms upstairs have en-suite baths and extremely generous closet space.
1067 Fifth Avenue
There’s no better place to watch the leaves change and get away from the fall chill than this full-floor co-op with breathtaking Central Park views from oversized windows and three wood-burning fireplaces. All year long, the apartment stands out for its flexible layout, elegant architectural details, and bedrooms with their own baths.
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