This gracious full-floor prewar residence is ideally located on the northwest corner of Park Avenue and 65th Street in an elegant full-service white glove cooperative, designed by the renowned architect J.E.R. Carpenter and built-in 1924. The living room, dining room, library, and primary bedroom of this stunning home all face east overlooking Park Avenue. This sprawling apartment, with oversized windows, has eastern and southern exposures which flood the apartment with sunlight. Prewar details include high ceilings, herringbone floors, wonderful moldings, and two wood-burning fireplaces.A spacious entrance gallery flows from the private elevator landing into the entertaining rooms. The grand living room, with a wood-burning fireplace, has double doors which open onto an elegant wood-paneled dining room on one side, and on the other side opens to a beautiful wood-paneled library. The powder room is located off the entrance gallery.The separate bedroom wing with very generous closet space throughout includes the corner primary bedroom facing south and east, with an en-suite bath and wood-burning fireplace. In addition, there are three other bedrooms and three windowed bathrooms.The large eat-in kitchen can be accessed from the dining room or from the hallway and opens to a separate windowed family sitting area. One staff room was incorporated into the kitchen space creating a laundry area, and there is an additional staff room with a bath just off the kitchen.With only one apartment on every floor, 620 Park Avenue's amenities include a full-time doorman, a live-in resident manager, private storage, and a fitness room. The building is pet-friendly, allows 35% financing, and has a 3% flip tax paid by the purchaser.