Sophisticated apartment in prewar full- service building on Park Avenue. Originally eight rooms, the apartment is currently configured into seven rooms. Upon entering the grand gallery you know you've stepped into one of Park Avenue's finest galleries. It leads to an adjacent dining and living room with an expanse of over 40'. This area has wonderful West and East light which provides for an impressive loft like entertaining space. The living room which includes wood double paneled living room and a wood-burning fireplace faces West over Park Avenue. French doors open onto the square dining room which looks over a beautiful garden.The master suite has an enormous dressing room and master bathroom - this suite was originally two bedrooms. There is another bedroom with a bathroom en-suite. The maid's room, kitchen, laundry and butler's pantry area have been recreated and now has an eat-in kitchen and a large maids room. The kitchen has been completely modernized with state-of-the-art appliances. In addition, the apartment has custom built-ins and closets, a washer-dryer and ample storage space.The apartment has been impeccably restored with modern bathrooms, a 3-zoned central air system, audio speakers, beautiful Herringbone floors, 9'6ÃƒÂ¢Ã‚â‚¬Ã‚Â inch ceilings, crown moldings, original hand chased hardware and much of the prewar details remain throughout.The pre-war building was designed by the famous architects James Carpenter and Mott Schmidt. The building is Georgian-style and offers a beautiful courtyard garden and white glove service in the heart of the Upper East Side. Pieds-ÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â -terre allowed on a case by case basis. Please see both original and reconfigured floorplan attached.