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20th Century Details

CurbedJanuary 31, 2017

When it comes to Park Avenue, one thing is for certain: there will always be pricey prewar apartments for sale at any given moment. This elegant two-bedroom, two-bathroom, asking a cool $1.55 million, is one of the latest to hit the market.

 

Within 1060 Park Avenue, an early 20th century building touting “white glove service,” this sunny abode is a medley of modern convenience and subtle period charm. The open living room has 10-foot beamed ceilings, crown molding, and fancy arched doorways. In the modest windowed kitchen, simple white cabinets and appliances decorate the space.

 

The master room is simple in its design with more beamed ceilings, large built-in closets, and oversized windows. Though it lacks the sunlight received throughout the rest of the apartment, the second bedroom is still a lovely space and would make a suitable home office, or whatever else one sees fit.

 

Unfortunately, a washer/dryer unit doesn’t come with apartment and must receive approval from the co-op board before installation. However, the building does have a laundry room and full-time doorman. Monthly maintenance fees run you an additional $2,570.

 

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