A Lenox Hill Home Designed by Architectural Giant James E. R. Carpenter

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Lenox Hill offers a perfect balance of convenience and tranquility, making it an ideal location for those seeking a vibrant yet peaceful lifestyle in Manhattan. With its proximity to Central Park, renowned cultural institutions, and upscale dining and shopping options along Madison Avenue, there is easy access to an array of amenities and activities which makes this the perfect place to call home.

One home in particular, located at 4 East 66th Street, is a prime example of the neighborhood's highly-coveted offerings.

Located within a historic New York City white-glove cooperative, built by renowned architect James E. R. Carpenter, this full-floor residence was recently renovated.

Accessible through an elevator riddle to the home’s private landing, residents are greeted by a grand 37’ gallery. Through the gallery with three impressive south facing windows, unbeatable views of Central Park are visible.

The home also features a spacious living room and private library each boasting 12’ ceilings and exceptional city views as well.

The chef’s kitchen is perfect for preparing and enjoying delicious meals, offering plenty of space to accommodate caterers with ease. 

Exuding exclusivity, the home’s generous bedrooms are accessed through a private wing and features an en-suite bathrooms.

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