Located on the second floor with tree-lined views of Park Avenue, residence 1 A-D has been meticulously transformed and redesigned by renowned designer Trisha Reger. 625 Park Avenue, located on 65th Street, is one of Manhattan's most prominent prewar coops with full white glove services. This 15-story building was designed by J.E.R. Carpenter in 1931.
An elegant foyer provides a grand introduction to this second floor home. The current floor plan includes 9 rooms with 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, an expansive and open living/dining room, private outdoor terrace, formal library, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, and media room. This can be easily transformed back to the original layout of 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths.
The windowed kitchen is a chef’s dream with beautiful custom cabinetry, white glass countertops, glass mosaic wall tiles, top-of-the-line appliances including a SubZero refrigerator and freezer, Wolf cooktop and double wall ovens, a Miele microwave, Gaggeneau dishwasher, and a work/pantry area that also has an in-unit washer/dryer.
The corner primary bedroom suite has two Park Avenue-facing windows and a beautiful private bathroom. Adjacent is a quaint sitting room with a full bathroom, which was formerly a bedroom.
Residence 1A-D offers many special features such as two gas fireplaces decorated in French limestone, 10’3” custom coffered ceilings with crown moldings and linear cove lighting, brand-new electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems, new triple-laminate city proof windows with motorized solar shades, a Creston smart home and AV system, custom millwork throughout, custom white rift oak three-panel doors and floors, an abundance of closets, a separate service entrance, and two private storage bins.
625 Park Avenue is known for its superb services including a 24/7 doorman and concierge, live-in Resident Manager, a fully equipped fitness center, and central laundry room. The building welcomes pets and is close to Central Park, the finest restaurants, many specialty boutiques, and department stores.
Co-exclusive with Douglas Elliman.