This grand 14-room duplex apartment is located on the 6th and 7th floors of 820 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side of New York, NY. It features 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a 26 foot long entrance gallery with marble floors, curved staircase, 36′ long corner paneled living room with 3 huge windows and a wood burning fireplace, wood paneled library with custom built-ins, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with pantry, den/informal dining room with custom built-ins, laundry room and a media/entertainment room with built-in projection screen. The sumptuous master suite features two walk-in closets, luxurious bathroom with marble floors and free-standing sink and a home office with adjacent bar area. It is listed at $24,750,000.

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  • ted

    very old money.




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  • Daniel

    Quite an ‘interesting’ place to put the master bath sinks.




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    • Grrrowler

      I was in a house in San Diego years ago with that setup. I didn’t like it.




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      • lambskin

        Looks like a baptismal basin. Where would you put your toothbrush?




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  • Grrrowler

    I think this is beautiful; it’s a good example of a fully-realized interior design, instead of some of the interiors we see here that have been thrown together by the owners. It’s subtle, tasteful, and timeless, and it looks like a comfortable place to live at the same time. There are definitely some things I’d change, but overall it’s truly lovely. Apparently the owners of this have decided to live full-time in their townhouse in the Village.




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  • Tony

    This is a nice apartment. The price is a little high and the interior looks a little dated. I’d probably offer $15 million for it and then i’d gut it and redo the interior with a more current look.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like this a lot. If you didn’t look out the windows you could fool yourself into thinking you were out in the country somewhere. It’s very elegant and understated, and I think it balances out some of the other more over-the-top and bombastic NYC apartments out there.




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