Prewar Coop Built 1926 in
| Part-Time Doorman With Elevator
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This architect-designed corner apartment has recently undergone a complete renovation that artfully blends pre-war details - ceiling beams, large windows in every room and an elegant entry - with modern detailing and ambiance. This spacious, high floor apartment overlooks historic Amster Court and private gardens. You will also enjoy skyscraper views of the city.In addition to nine large windows, allowing for natural light, every room is bathed in architectural lighting. New hardwood floors are throughout the apartment. The custom built-ins, including space to hide Wi-Fi and cable equipment and pop up chargers, allow for modern living without clutter. Through-wall air conditioning units are hidden among the lacquer storage units in the living room and bedroom. The entire west and north sides of the living room have custom-made storage units and bookcases. The bedroom has additional custom-designed closets, including a mirrored dressing area with in-drawer plugs to hide a hair dryer. The windowed kitchen has the latest Bosch appliances, including a built-in refrigerator, induction cooktop and ultra-quiet dishwasher. It has ample cabinets and drawers for all your kitchen needs.The expertly designed bathroom is clad in porcelain tile, has a walk in shower, wall hung toilet and heated towel rack. It has natural light from a frosted window and mirrored medicine cabinet with side lighting.Located in Turtle Bay Gardens Historic district, 235 East 49th Street was a former seminary, built in 1927. This prewar coop has a part-time doorman, beautifully landscaped common roof deck and laundry room. Pied-a-Terre, guarantors, co-purchasing and parents buying for children are allowed. The building does not allow pets or smoking. 75% financing allowed. There is a monthly assessment of $125.02 through 2022, for facade improvements. Seller pays the flip tax.