Built in 1912 by master architects George and Edward Blum and notable for its impressively graceful entrance and lobby, 875 Park Avenue is a highly sought-after white-glove cooperative. Gloriously sunny and elegant, this generously proportioned eleven room residence wraps the northern corners of the building and is perfectly situated to feature lovely open outlooks over Park Avenue and tree-lined East 78th Street. The extremely versatile and attractive layout is further enhanced by large windows, beautiful hardwood floors, and high ceilings throughout. Wonderful prewar details are complemented by central air conditioning and a modern sensibility. Accessed by a semi-private elevator landing, the large rectangular Gallery opens to marvelous and beautifully proportioned Living Room and the handsome Dining Room, both abundantly bright and with pretty northern outlooks over leafy 78th Street. A Powder Room and coat closets are conveniently accessible. Beyond, there is a windowed Kitchen supported by a convenient Pantry, a Laundry area, and a Staff Room with an ensuite bath. A marvelously sunny Primary Suite presents a splendid Bedroom, currently configured as a Library, with very open eastern and northern vistas, a decorative fireplace, a bathroom, and very ample closets. There are two further large and cheery Bedrooms. One of these wraps a southeast corner, and both are filled with light, have ample closets, and share a bathroom. Amenities at 875 Park Avenue include impeccable staffing with a full-time doorman and a resident manager, a private state-of-the art fitness center, and large dedicated storage bins Ideally situated in the heart of the Upper East Side’s historic district, this wonderful apartment is convenient to Madison Avenue’s shops and restaurants, to many of New York City’s best schools, museums, and galleries, and is but moments from Central Park.