Move right in to this fully renovated 4 bedroom 2 bath co-op on a quiet block in the heart of the Upper West Side. It's the perfect combination new finishes and pre-war charm.
The kitchen, dining area and living room are all connected and open, a very rare feature in a pre-war apartment. The open chef's kitchen features a generous quartzite breakfast bar, a Wolf dual-fuel range, Sub Zero refrigerator with separate freezer drawers and a Miele dishwasher. There is custom mill-work throughout the apartment. It includes custom features throughout the apartment including built-in bookshelves and storage, and custom cabinetry to house small appliances and electronics. The ceilings are over 9' tall. There is a whole-home Lutron lighting system.
There are three bedrooms and two marble bathrooms beyond the dining area. The largest bedroom features expansive built-in closets and an en-suite marble bathroom. The two adjacent bedrooms each have two closets, wireless lighting controls and though-wall air conditioners. These two bedrooms share an additional marble bathroom with a soaking tub. There is a fourth bedroom off the living area that is currently used as a den and work area, with an in-unit washer/dryer and built-in bookshelves.
The neo-Georgian primarily-brick building was designed by noted architectural firm Rouse & Goldstone; their other residential buildings include 375 Park Avenue, 755 Park Avenue, 760 Park Avenue and 876 Park Avenue. The apartment comes with a storage cage in the basement. The pet-friendly building has a live-in super, an outdoor seating area, bicycle storage and recently renovated lobby and hallways. Wonderful shops and services abound in the neighborhood, and the location allows easy access to 1, 2, 3, B and C subway stations. Owner/broker.