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200 East 66th Street
$24,000/month | 8 ROOMS | 4 BEDROOMS | 4.5 BATHROOMS | 3,029 SQ. FT. APPROX |
Welcome to your spacious new home located in the famous modernist landmark Manhattan House, renovated into a state of art building filled with amenities.
You enter the apartment through a gracious foyer and a large gallery ideal for artwork. From there, you arrive at an expansive great room perfect for entertaining and for having large parties. To the left, you will find a dream windowed "eat in" kitchen filled with top of the line Viking stainless steel appliances. To the right, there is a spacious den/office. There are 2 large "sit in" terraces, one is located off the kitchen, ideal for your morning tea/coffee and the other one off the den, perfect for having drinks and hors d'oeuvres. In the private wing, you will find 3 large en suite bedrooms including a master suite, 1 spacious bedroom, 4 full bathrooms and 1 half bath. The apartment was recently renovated and features hard wood floors throughout and earth tone colored walls. This home is bright, it mainly benefits of southern exposures and it also has eastern and western views.
The Manhattan House is located in the heart of the Upper East Side. The building was designed in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft with Skidmore Owings and Merrill and was designated a New York City Landmark in 2007. The building was gut renovated with infrastructure, finishes and amenities and make it ideal for a contemporary lifestyle. Located on the unique two-way tree-lined 66th Street, the building is approachable via two porte-cochre entrances that lead into the grand glass-enclosed lobby overlooking one of the largest private gardens in the city. Additionally, there are: 24 hour doorman, full-time residence manager, on-site valet parking services, Rooftop Manhattan Club with approx. 10,000 sf of entertainment space, exhale Mind Body Spa & Fitness club, yoga studio, childrens playroom, bicycle storage and five star hotel concierge services. Apt pictures showing furniture have been virtually staged. Not to be missed.