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205 East 85th Street, Apt. 20D Beds : 4 / Full Baths : 4 $4,995,000
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205 East 85th Street, Apt. 20D

Rarely available, this spectacular light-filled four-bedroom home is perched high on the twentieth floor of the famed Brompton in the heart of the Upper East Side. Designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, the Brompton is one of the neighborhood’s most prestigious and sought-after white-glove, full-service condominiums. Featuring soaring ceilings up to 13-feet high, oversized floor-to-ceiling windows with open city views, and herringbone Italian oak flooring throughout, this one-of-a-kind home offers four bedrooms, four and half baths, and spans 2,380 square feet.

Enter via a spacious entry foyer that leads to the open-plan, bright and airy living and dining areas. Lined with walls of glass and offering three exposures, the living space is bathed in sunlight throughout the entire day. Adjacent to the living and dining areas is the home’s eat-in kitchen, outfitted with Corian countertops and maple cabinetry, and appliances such as Viking double stove & six-burner gas range, GE microwave, 48’ Sub Zero refrigerator, Viking wine refrigerator, and Miele dishwasher.

The corner master suite, accessed via its own corridor, is a private retreat. The suite features two custom California Closet walk-in closets and a spa-like marble bath with soaking tub, double vanity, and separate shower. The home offers three additional well-proportioned bedrooms, all of which are en suite. The third is currently a home office and also features its own walk-in closet. A utility area including a full-size Miele washer/dryer completes this rare and unique offering.

The Brompton at 205 E 85th Street is a white-glove, full-service condominium built in 2007, offering full-time doorman & staff, live-in superintendent, fitness center, play room, lounge, and outdoor space. Perfectly situated in a prime Upper East Side location, you are near to world-class restaurants, high-end shopping, the best schools, museums, and Central Park.