Sotheby's International Realty - New York, NY
No stone was left unturned in this immaculate one bedroom, one and half bath. This classic pre-war home offers everything the heart desires with wide open city views and the luxury of space. Perched on the 15th floor the “H-Line” is considered the most desired one- bedroom line at 60 Gramercy Park North.
Impressive in every way, this home is sure to take your breath away. Welcomed by a gracious entry foyer, with coat closet, that leads you to a beautifully appointed and generous living room that features sweeping city views and awesome sunlight. Off the living room is a chef worthy eat- in kitchen showcasing custom cabinetry, a large quartz center island, with top of the line Wolf, Subzero and Bosch appliances , the perfect backdrop for intimate dinner parties. Just off the kitchen is a conveniently located powder room for guests. Wake up to iconic New York City Views in the pristine and peaceful master suite replete with an en-suite bath, bespoke closet and custom built -ins. Tall beamed ceilings and original wood floors complete this show stopping home.
Designed by Emery Roth Circa 1930, 60 Gramercy Park North is a pet friendly cooperative situated on Gramercy Park, home to Manhattan’s only private park. A full service building with two entrances, a live in super, 24-hour doorman, around the clock porters, impeccable lobby and central courtyard. Beautifully maintained with a large fitness center, central laundry and storage that conveys with the apartment. Close to all transportation, top-tier restaurants, Union Square Farmers market and the Gramercy Park Hotel is just out your front door.
Washer and dryers are allowed with board approval.
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