(NEW YORK, NY)— Brown Harris Stevens has listed a luxury home in an Upper East Side townhouse for $3.75 million. 47 East 67th is a triple-mint co-op apartment located between Park and Madison Avenues. Spanning across two separate floors, this apartment has been flawlessly designed by Daniel Frisch Architecture to display a lasting yet modern ambiance with a grand circular glass staircase from which all rooms emerge.
Apartment five offers a very private feel with an entrance right from an elevator landing. Perfect for both casual and formal events, the apartment offers a powder room and coat closet directly off the foyer, and the dining banquette excellently sits beneath the stairwell.
The open floor plan of this home features a chef’s kitchen, containing custom cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances supplied by Miele. One of the three burning fireplaces resides in the living room and faced with three large south-facing bay windows that allow for unparalleled light to provide soft illumination to the home.
The second floor of the home displays a south-facing bedroom with a second wood-burning fireplace, separate staff room or office use and a beautifully furnished bathroom. In addition, the second floor offers a private corridor which leads to the master bedroom. The master holds the last of three fireplaces and is fitted with a wall of windows that provide a blissful view of a quiet garden. A five-fixture master bathroom sits opposite to a massive walk-in closet containing built-in shelves.
6-inch white oak flooring is laid throughout this residence along with recessed lighting, state-of-the-art electronics and central air conditioning residing in two locations. The neighborhood surrounding this two-floor limestone mansion holds luxury boutiques and shops, museums, Central Park and transportation such as the 4,5,6, F, N, Q, and R trains
The property listed with Brown Harris Stevens and is being overseen by real-estate agent Roger Gillens. Gillen’s joined the agency in 2008 and has earned numerous amount of prestigious awards alongside recognition from the Real Estate Board of New York.