Old buildings are not exactly anyone’s first choice when it comes to finding a place to call home. However, they are unique and present a series of wonderful characteristics. First of all, a building from 1940 such as this one, for example, has a rich history and also old and beautiful architectural features which you can no longer find. Then there’s also the location which matters a lot.
This apartment is situated in New York, at 737 Park Avenue in a full service residential building that pre-dates the war. It has been recently renovated by Arthur Dunnam of Jed Johnson Associates. Now the apartment is modern and eye-catching. Of course, with a surface of 4,000 square feet any space would be eye-catching.
With a total of five bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a closed kitchen and a larger master bedroom with two walk-in closets, the apartment would be a dreamy family home. The good news is you can find it on the market for $16.5 million. It doesn’t come cheap but it comes complete with all sorts of amazing features.
For example, it has details such as custom fixtures and finishes, white Italian marble in the kitchen and bathrooms as well as an overall glamorous interior design, suitable for any chic contemporary home. The rooms are all spacious, elegant and inviting with all sorts of eye-catching accent details.