Built in 1920 by architectural luminary, James E.R. Carpenter, 4 East 66th Street is one of New York’s most distinguished white-glove cooperatives. This magnificent, mint condition residence was renovated by a world-renowned architect and interior designer featuring the finest materials and craftsmanship. The elevator opens to a grand gallery, spanning 37 ft., with three glorious windows. Majestic entertaining rooms with 12 ft. ceilings and wood burning fireplace overlook Central Park. The grand corner living room with double exposure and library with Juliet balcony are equally proportioned and connected by two sets of French doors. There is an elegant, formal dining room with a wood burning fireplace and delightful Juliet balcony. The well-equipped marble and stainless kitchen with breakfast room can easily accommodate a large staff or caterers. The private wing has four, generous bedrooms with en suite marble bathrooms all overlooking a beautiful tree-lined street. The luxurious primary suite enjoys matched his & hers private marble baths and his & hers private dressing rooms. Additionally, the staff area includes a staff room with full bath, a laundry room, a large playroom/gym and storage. This is an extraordinary residence with exquisite details. Requires 48 hour notice for appointments.