Prewar Coop Built 1912 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Beautifully renovated bright two bedroom one bath mint apartment with city views of Carnegie Hall, high ceilings, large windows and oversized gracious rooms. Old world elegance in its original splendor with original wood paneling, solid wood doors with glass handles. Original quarter-sawn white oak floors with inlay. New windows throughout. The master bedroom has an original wall safe. The apartment has an abundance of custom fitted closets with automatic lighting. Two walk-in closets and a foyer coat closet with a solid wood mirrored door. Skim coating throughout and all wood stripped and restored. Gorgeous original Honeycomb plaster ceiling in the living room is an elegant reminder of a bygone era. Renovated windowed galley kitchen with a microwave, dishwasher and recessed lighting. The renovated windowed bathroom has a custom glass tub enclosure. Custom blinds throughout. The foyer is large enough for a full dining table and chairs. Built in 1910 by the legendary architect brothers from Paris, George and Edward Blum, the Adlon is rich in pre-war detail with a restored and cleaned facade. Elegant period wall lanterns flank the entrance. The building is a full service coop, with 24 hour doorman, porters and a super. There are 129 units on 12 floors, a freight elevator, laundry room, bike room and storage bins. This is a pet-friendly, non-smoking building. The building allows 80% financing, washer dryers, pied a terre ownership, subletting with board approval and fees and there is a 2% seller's flip tax. The building has elegant elevator cabs, and a beautiful award winning lobby. Electricity is billed to the unit with the monthly maintenance.