Spectacular river views dominate this elegant home, boasting grand proportions, exuding graciousness and warmth and enjoying light steaming in from three exposures. An intelligently designed floor plan reveals the smooth & effortless flow from one room to another. Situated in one of the most prestigious pre-war, white-glove, intimate buildings, this residence is truly exceptional; the south east corner A line apartments are the most desirable in the building.
From a private wood paneled-landing, one enters a foyer that opens into a wide gallery with dazzling river views, leading to the handsome living room with perfect herringbone oak floors, a fireplace and breathtaking-river views. Adjoining is a spacious formal dining room and a large three windowed-kitchen with a vented stove, a separate oven, generous counter space, plenty of cabinets and drawers and a working desk. Discretely hidden are washer/dryer, vented..
The primary bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two additional bedrooms and a bathroom overlooking the river are in a separate wing, as are a beautiful wood-paneled library/bedroom and a contiguous additional bathroom. Closets and walk-in closets abound in this special home, with two storage units as well.
Built in 1929, this 14-story brick and limestone apartment building was designed by Pleasants Pennington and Albert W. Lewis.
There is a 3% flip tax payable by purchaser, and an assessment of $1870.00 until 8/2023
Don't miss out on this truly amazing home in a building with a dedicated and friendly staff, a block from the Esplanade and a mere hop to the Hamptons.
Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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