60 East End Avenue, Apartment 33B
Offered at $2,995,000
8 Rooms · 4 bed · 4.5 bath · 2,500 SQ FT
Experience magnificent light and sweeping views from every room of this sprawling home atop the 33rd floor. One of the largest floorplans in 60 East End Avenue, this beautiful apartment boasts 4 to 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths in 3 separate wings, offering a level of privacy and flexibility not easily found elsewhere. Enjoy breathtaking sunrises from the eastern light of the 2 master bedrooms, study and formal living room, and sunsets from the western light of the kitchen and secondary bedrooms.
Enter through the welcoming foyer into the spacious dining gallery, ideally suited for entertaining guests. Positioned as the centerpiece of the home, the gallery leads to three separate wings; the west wing has a home office and windowed eat-in kitchen with East River views to the north; the north wing with three additional bedrooms and sensational views from every direction, two having open city views to the west where one can see Central Park and the Pacific Ocean beyond; and the east wing with the living room and formal master suite, boasting unparalleled views of the East River and beautiful Carl Schurz Park, graced with stunning morning light and river views.
This special apartment offers the exciting opportunity to reconfigure both public and private areas according to your lifestyle, including the opportunity to create a 60 foot span of entertaining space with open views.The master suite includes a study or fifth bedroom, two en-suite bathrooms and two well-designed walk-in closets. The secondary master bedroom also enjoys an en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms share a full bathroom.
60 East End Avenue offers only 3 apartments per floor. W/D, 8’6” ceiling. Amenities include a fitness center, private storage, bike room, garage with discounted rate for shareholders, and central laundry. Ideally located next to the East River Promenade and Carl Schurz Park, this full-service cooperative offers a private motor entrance to the building