A Manhattan Oasis Designed by Emery Roth

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Manhattan’s beautiful stretch of Park Avenue stands as a testament to the city's rich history and enduring charm. Its storied past is woven into the fabric of its stunning architecture, iconic landmarks, and the elegant properties that line the street.

Despite the plethora of notable architects that have decorated Manhattan’s streets, the buildings of world renowned Hungarian-American architect Emery Roth exemplify the classic pre-war elegance that has become synonymous with the city itself. One of which,  480 Park Avenue, features a property that conveys the exquisite details of Roth’s impeccable vision.

Upon entry at a private landing, through double elevators, the entrance gallery welcomes all. Flooded with natural sunlight, the entrance has ornate marble flooring with an elegance that is continually carried into the home.

Built in 1929, this pre-war home spans 3,400 square feet and has a total of 10 spacious rooms.

From its impressively high ceilings and fine craftsmenship, the beauty of 480 Park Avenue is hard to miss. Details like crownmolding and various built-ins exemplify an attention to detail that is highly coveted in Manhattan.

The gorgeous eat-in kitchen, equipped with custom cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances, and a wine fridge, has access to a private terrace.

With unbeatable city views and a formal dining area, entertaining guests is effortless.

The primary bedroom suite exudes grandeur with its private sitting area, spacious walk-in closet, and stunning marble-embellished master bathroom. Three additional bedrooms can be found within the home, equipped with unbeatable city views.

With its proximity to Central Park, world-class dining, renowned museums, and prestigious schools, 480 Park Avenue captures a lifestyle of unparalleled luxury and sophistication.

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