Yorkville, is in many ways, the quieter way to live on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Known for its parks and classic restaurants and pubs, the neighborhood’s sleepy reputation has shifted a bit with the arrival of the Q line.
This bright and beautifully renovated 4-bed, 3.5-bath duplex in a post-war highrise on East 79th Street is in excellent condition exudes a true residential ambiance, with private spaces on the upper level and living/entertaining on the lower.
A gracious central gallery off the foyer leads to a sun-filled formal living room, and a state-of-the-art kitchen with a large island that flows into the dining area.
This wonderful home is elegantly decorated with custom paneling, bespoke cabinetry, central air, and a Sonos sound system throughout the main rooms.
All four bedrooms on the upper level have access to a private planted terrace that wraps around to each room. The master suite is a sanctuary separated from the bedroom wing with an additional three bedrooms and two full bathrooms complete with a pair of wardrobe areas outfitted with custom closets, window seats, and an en-suite marble bathroom.
This elegant duplex is situated on two high floors, with wonderful light and unobstructed city views. Amenities include a stunning rooftop garden, recently renovated lobby and hallways, and an attached garage with basement access for residents. This home is listed for $3.895 million with Annie Cion Gruenberger and Arlene S. Reed of Warburg Realty.