It's Free to Look: Freakishly Warm and Cozy on Park Avenue

If you’re torn between moving into a Southern-style cottage or a Park Avenue high-rise, this could be “the home you have been waiting for,” Stribling promises. “[R]arely does a home offer such great volume of space, and such a welcoming ambiance.” We would have to agree: sporting a marble-floored foyer gallery, wainscotting and acanthus moldings, and floor-to-ceiling oak and walnut detailing, this spot at 1120 Park Avenue looks ridiculously cozy.

While the lumberjack theme is pretty unavoidable, the apartment also has “the exceptional quality and state-of-the-art amenities expected in a luxury home.” There are several entertaining rooms, a separate bedroom wing “outfitted with a designer’s meticulous eye,” and a formal dining room with “special lighting for exhibiting major art pieces.” Perhaps the features that will make you feel fanciest are the “charming chinoiserie” (that means Chinese-style) staff room, and the north-facing “banquette” (that means adorable French-looking table).

Clearly an infusion of cool-sounding features, incredible detailing and top-notch appliances are all that’s required to take a country log cabin to new levels of glossiness, befitting both a Park Avenue address and a $6.5 million price tag.

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