170 East 87th St, PH2A - Upper East Side, New York
VIEWS...VIEWS...VIEWS! Unobstructed glorious views exist in every room of this Upper East Side 3 bed 2.5 bath plus den/4th bedroom, duplex penthouse at the Gotham. Enter the foyer, with floating staircase and windows extending to the second floor, and witness the beautifully landscaped and irrigated 831 square foot terrace, expanding the entire length of the first floor. The grand southeast facing living room features a wood burning fireplace and automated solar shades, tastefully softening the overabundance of light that inundates the home. Sliding doors open to the south side of the terrace, perfect for entertaining. On the northeast side is the eat in kitchen with banquette that easily fits a party of ten. Sliding doors open to the beautifully planted north facing terrace, perfect for grilling, pre or post dinner cocktails, and al fresco dining. The chic and openly laid out kitchen is equipped with granite counter tops, Subzero refrigerator, Viking stove, and Miele dishwasher and microwave. Off the kitchen sits a windowed den with built in shelving and en suite powder room. This room also works perfectly as a home office or guest bedroom.The second floor is comprised of three well appointed bedrooms with spectacular 180 degree views in every room . The master bedroom suite consists of a large walk- in closet and dressing area leading into the grand marble master bath with double sinks, oversize shower, and Toto fixtures. The two additional bedrooms share the beautifully renovated second full bath with shower/tub. Other features include a Sonos Sound System, Brazilian hardwood floors, and full size washer and dryer. The Gotham is a full service condominium, featuring 24 hour doorman, concierge, valet service, children's playroom, outdoor playground, courtyard, health club, 25 meter indoor pool, sauna, locker rooms, party space, and laundry room. Come see this spectacular home perched high in the sky and experience THE quintessential NYC penthouse!
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman