THE FIFTH FLOOR AT 4 EAST 66TH STREET. Exceptionally grand and perfectly proportioned, this magnificent home features the most elegant entertaining spaces as well as separate private and staff quarters. All major entertaining rooms enjoy dazzling Central Park views, exquisite architectural details, and beautiful decoration. At over 7,500 square feet, with ceilings in excess of 12 feet and huge single pane picture windows, this home is flooded with light. A private landing leads to a grand gallery with 3 south facing windows. The drawing room and paneled library span almost 50 feet on Fifth Avenue, with additional north and south exposures and 2 wood burning fireplaces. The square dining room has oblique park views. The sumptuous master suite was created from 3 bedrooms and features a private sitting room with wood burning fireplace, and his and her baths. Three additional bedrooms, each with en suite bath complete the private quarters. The well-appointed kitchen features one of the loveliest views of the Park over the adjacent synagogue from the breakfast area, large pantry closets and excellent storage. The apartment features a home gym with park views, 2 staff rooms, each with full bath and a laundry room. Built in 1907 and designed by J.E.R. Carpenter, 4 East 66th Street is one of Manhattan's most distinguished cooperatives.