Off a private elevator landing, one enters into the entrance foyer as well as a 20'10" long gallery, from which beautiful Central Park views are framed through oversized casement windows. The regal formal dining room is 22'5" long and has a set of French Doors leading to a Juliette balcony overlooking Central Park, providing the ideal vantage point for the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Adjacent is the handsome library which is finished in mahogany, and has pocket doors to the living room. In the corner is the palatial living room with dimensions measuring 30'8" long by 20'2" wide; it has both eastern views towards Central Park and southern views of the iconic Manhattan skyline. This room is luxury defined.
There is an enormous windowed eat-in kitchen that has a center island with seating as well as a large breakfast area that can accommodate a table that seats six. The kitchen has custom cabinetry and is equipped with Miele, Subzero and Wolf appliances. Connecting the kitchen to the dining room is an incredible butler's pantry with two Subzero wine refrigerators, a second sink and excellent storage providing for endless entertaining. Off the kitchen is a laundry room with a side-by-side washer/dryer and a sink as well as a staff room with its own bathroom. Completing the public spaces are two large coat closets and an elegant powder room off the gallery.
The bedrooms begin with a luxurious primary suite that faces south onto 74th Street. It has two custom dressing rooms; one of which was the fourth bedroom that has been made into an incredible windowed dressing room with a center island and walls of custom hanging and built-in storage, as well as a separate walk-in closet. The lavish en-suite windowed primary bathroom is clad in marble and has Bendheim glass and polished nickel details and is outfitted with two sinks, a wet room with an oversized shower area and a deep soaking bathtub as well as a separate water closet. There are two additional bedroom suites both with en-suite renovated bathrooms and large closets. The building allows up to 50% financing and there is a 3.5% flip tax paid by the purchaser.
Built in 1929 by Emery Roth, The San Remo is one of Manhattan's most beloved co-operatives. Ideally situated on Central Park West between 74th and 75th Street, this white-glove building has wonderful staff and services, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a playroom, a private garden for residents, and a bike room. Co-Exclusive.
Building Features 27 Floors136 Units
Listed on Jun 07, 2022
19 Days on Market
3 Beds / 4.5 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $11,667
Exclusively listed with: Corcoran Group Source: RLS
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