This pristine apartment was designed by award winning architect John B Murray. It is a 9 room prewar residence reinvented and rebuilt for modern living with an emphasis on quality and detail. One enters the apartment from a semi private vestibule into a grand gallery. Off the gallery is a large living room featuring a wood burning fireplace, a library with a full bath and a formal dining room. The chef's kitchen has top of the line appliances (a Wolf vented gas stove and oven, a second Viking electric wall oven, a sub zero refrigerator), limestone countertops and white custom cabinetry. Adjacent to it is a wonderful breakfast room, a pantry with a wet bar and beverage refrigerator and a laundry room with a fully vented dryer. The bedroom wing has 3 oversized bedrooms with ensuite marble bathrooms and extensive storage. The primary bedroom features two walk in closets, custom cabinetry, a convenient desk and a double sized primary bath with radiant heated floors. The kitchen has central air conditioning while the rest of the apartment has new HVAC units. The apartment has updated plumbing, new LED lights throughout, new hardware and boxes for the kitchen cabinets, bathroom closets and drawers. The apartment has 10' ceilings, detailed architectural moldings, walls that have been plaster skim coated and beautiful wood floors. This apartment also has a Nest System. 983 Park Avenue was designed by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1927. It is a full service, white glove building with a live in resident manager and large staff. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a basketball court, a bicycle room, a common laundry room and private storage. It is located on Park Avenue and 83rd street and is close to Central Park, schools, museums, art galleries, restaurants, shopping and public transportation.