No luxury has been spared in this triple mint renovated home which combines classic features with a modern interpretation -- making it unlike anything else on the market. One enters this 5-bedroom residence from a private elevator landing. A marble entry gallery leads to an over-sized, elegant Living Room with wood-burning fireplace and Western views over Madison Avenue.
Off the Living Room is a stately corner library facing 66th Street and the beautiful architecture of the Fred Leighton building. The formal dining room, with decorative fireplace, leads into a butler's pantry and modern, chef's eat-in-kitchen with wine cooler, Wolf, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances. Off the kitchen there is a family room and a separate hallway leading to staff quarters with laundry facilities and generous storage space.
The spacious Master Bedroom has a wood burning fireplace, dressing room with beautiful walk-in closets, and a large, luxurious, master bath with radiant heat. This vast apartment, just under 5000 square feet, features 5.5 marble baths, 2 wood-burning fireplaces, herringbone and marble floors, through-the- wall air and heat, and Sonos entertainment system. 40 East 66th Street is a full-service, white glove pre-war condominium designed by Rosario Candela and converted in 2008. The building has 24-hour doorman as well as a gym, playroom and bike and stroller storage.
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