Take a Look Inside this Upper East Side Home with Presidential Ties
The Upper East Side has long been associated with affluence, reflected by the neighborhood's highly coveted properties and iconic landmarks of New York City. One of these iconic properties, is 775 Park Ave, with a notable resident: Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States.
The stunning pre-war co-op, located at 775 Park Avenue, was once home to former president Dwight D. Eisenhower and subsequently owned by his granddaughter, Anna Eisenhower, an interior designer.
Spanning 45 feet of Park Avenue frontage, this 8-room apartment is a stunning example of famous architect Rosario Candela’s work. With spacious rooms of grandeur, and gorgeous original architectural details throughout.
As one enters the home, the formal entryway gallery leads into a grand living room, equipped with a beautiful wood burning fireplace and remarkably high ceilings.
Eisenhower often stated that she enjoyed spending time in her kitchen, given the natural sunlight that fills the entire room.
The kitchen is also equipped with updated appliances and unobstructed views.
The spacious 19-foot dining room is the ideal space for entertaining lavish dinner parties, lined with windows that offer unbeatable views of Manhattan.
The prime bedroom, with an en-suite bathroom and large closets, offers unbeatable views of Park Avenue. Two additional bedrooms are nearby, located off of a corridor in the west wing of the home.
“...prime corner location, on one of the most beautiful tree-lined residential boulevards of Manhattan,” --- John Burger, Brown Harris Stevens Agent