Stunningly captivating one bedroom home offers a highly desirable Park Avenue address, pre-war charm and TONS of custom details! A generous foyer with two large closets leads into an incredibly spacious and bright living room and separate dining area with herringbone hardwood floors, gorgeous crown moldings and custom built-in bookcases. The windowed kitchen has been totally renovated with granite countertops, ...
flat screen television and stainless steel appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator. The corner master bedroom suite rivals the living room in size, and features not one, but TWO customized walk-in closets, and the Empire State Building right outside your window. The bathroom features a glass enclosed shower with mosaic tiling and a custom audiovisual system so you can catch up on the latest news or favorite shows while you get ready in the morning. This highly sought after full service, pet friendly co-op is located close to transportation and all the best of Midtown and Murray Hill. A truly EXCEPTIONAL place to call home.
Maintenance: $1573.16, 50% deductible
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Built in 1940, one of New York’s respected prewar architects, George Pelham Jr., designed this handsome building. It was originally an apartment building but was converted to a co-op in 1972. It features 120 one and two bedroom apartments, although some have been combined to make large residences. The rooftop garden affords great views of many of New York’s landmarks.