Inside The $ 29.5 Million Upper East Side Duplex Penthouse
The $ 29.5 Million Upper East Side Duplex Penthouse, currently being on the selling market, is the house of the famous Jimmy Choo fashion designer Tamara Mellon.
For those of you who don’t know, Tamara Mellon opened her first Jimmy Choo shoe boutique in 1996.
In 2011 she sold Jimmy Choo to Lavelux at the price of $ 810 million and she started working on her own brand.
This outstanding duplex penthouse represents one of four residences build in 2005 from the 1913 Amory S. Carhart Mansion and we believe you’re going to love the place Aluxer!
It has that type of vibe you’re accustomed when talking about the Upper East Side and if you’re a fan of Gossip Girl this is definitely the place for you!
In July 1013 Tamara listed her penthouse for $34 million, but since no potential buyers were found she lowered the price up to this point!
Tamara Mellon bought the Upper East Side Penthouse in 2008 at the price of $21 million and now she wants something in downtown NYC were the “vibes are better.”
“I love my apartment. I wish I could take it downtown. The terraces are heaven.” says Tamara Mellon for the New York Times.
Let’s take a look inside one of the most luxurious properties on the Upper East Side market!
The Upper East Side Duplex Penthouse measures over 7.100 square feet of interior space and over 5.000 square feet of exterior space featuring outstanding terraces, a loggia and a roof deck.
An impressive elevator connects the duplex penthouse with the lobby, which opens directly into a 16-by-17-foot foyer designed with impeccable oak floors.
The residence feature four fireplaces, glass doors that open to 30-by-18-foot terrace and a hallway that connects the marble-and-tile powder room and the living room.
This remarkable duplex penthouse has a modern-style decorated interior.
“This penthouse is the textbook definition of gracious living. The balance of indoor and outdoor space lends itself perfectly to entertaining. Factor in the location and the private boutique nature of the building, and you have a truly unique property.”
The Upper East Side residence also features a stone center island, a custom lacquer cabinetry and a 16-by-20-foot kitchen that connects with the formal dining room.
The luxury home has five bedrooms, four baths and the master suite has three arched windows with views across 95th Street. The upper level features a media room/library with a spindle staircase formed from carved oak.
This was our tour inside the $ 29.5 Million Upper East Side Duplex Penthouse.
What do you think about this residence ? Will you be the lucky buyer ?