As you enter the apartment you are welcomed with an enormous dining foyer, set above the sunken living room. Open and expansive, the living room features giant tilt and turn picturesque windows, decorative antique marble fire place, custom designed walnut credenza with wine refrigerator, lutron lighting, through wall Fredric a/c that is housed within the custom cabinet with vents and quartz counter tops. Herring bone patterned floors and tall beamed ceilings round out the overall look throughout the apartment.
The oversized primary bedroom will comfortably accommodate a king size bed, two night stands and still has enough space for a distinct lounge area, two closets were combined and have double wide doors with built-in maple dresser and cabinetry, brushed nickel hardware. The bedroom also features giant tilt and turn picturesque windows, and direct river views.
The kitchen, also with direct river views, offers custom made cabinetry with lighting underneath, quartz counter-tops, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolfe oven, and Fisher Pikel drawer dishwasher.
The spa-like bathroom also overlooks the Hudson River with direct views. Completely re-imagined by designer Walker Zanger, featuring a large shower that has sapphire clear glass shower door, rain shower head, 4 body sprays, hand-held shower wand, and complete marble shower stall and basket weave marble floors.
Other amazing features, in no particular order; custom molding throughout, custom large solid doors, brushed nickel hardware, herringbone pattern oak floors, all walls were skim coated, electrical wiring upgraded, and all light switches are on dimmers,
Five Riverside Drive, a classic art deco building designed by the team of Boak and Paris, sits at the corner of 73rd Street and Riverside Drive. The building additionally was recently redone, a Dorothy Draper-designed marble lobby and elevators.The 20-story building with 98 apartments includes sunken iving rooms, dining galleries and decorative fireplaces. A cooperative since 1965, shareholders love the proximity to Riverside Park, and the wide vistas of the Hudson River, even as far as the George Washington Bridge. The building has round-the-clock service and a live-in superintendent, laundry, storage and a bike room. Kander and Ebb wrote the song Ring "Them Bells" for Liza Minnelli about Shirley Devore who lived at 5 RSD and traveled all around the world only to fall in love with the boy next door. Pet friendly.
Directly across the street from Riverside Drive Park and the dog park. Trader Joe's and the express 2/3 and local 1 train two blocks away. Citerella and Fairway market a short walking distance. Lincoln center, Julliard and many classice Upper West Side restaurants.
Assessment at $675 per month for local law 11, slated to end in December 2022.
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Building Features 20 Floors110 Units
Listed on May 16, 2022
44 Days on Market
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,991
Exclusively listed with: Sotheby's International Realty, Inc. Source: RLS
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