I like browsing through multi million dollar real estate listings. Don’t know why. Is that strange? Don’t answer please…that was a rhetorical question. 🙂
Anyhooo…today a New York City find. I bring you this Upper East Side 4 bedrooms and 4 bath home in a 1926 built pre-war coop building.
Listed for $9.5 million by Kleier Residential.this home is right in the heart of the upper east at 911 Park Avenue between 79th and 80th.
10 rooms in total with southern exposures, a living room with a French limestone carved fireplace mantel, maids quarters, kitchen with a clear Traulsen refrigerator and 6 burner Viking stove and so much more.
I wonder if I had 10 million whether I would choose this apartment…? Might try for a bigger home on the West Coast…or an apartment in Soho near best of friend AM…don’t know. Thinking.
I do like the custom built ins in the library and kids room. What do you think? Take or leave this apartment for $10 million?
P.S. NEW COCOCOZY RUGS AT HIGH POINT MARKET – Best of friend AM and I are meeting in Charlotte, NC early tomorrow morning. She is flying in from NYC…I am coming from L.A. (on the red eye…oy). We are being picked up by a driver who will whisk us off to High Point, NC for two whirlwind days at the Capel Rugs showroom at High Point Market.This is a trade show for store buyers, designers and press to preview new home furnishings. My new collection is about a color story in blues and grays! If you are going please tweet me @COCOCOZY #hpmkt. I would love to see you! Also, stop by the Capel Showroom on Sunday to say hi – details here!
Photos: New York Times