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105 5th Ave 3AB, New York, NY 10003

$5,950,000
Listing Details:
$5,950,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Flatiron Neighborhood
3 Beds
4 Baths
3,100 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$4,506 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Description:

This magnificent residence commands the grandest loft feel awe with its soaring ceilings (approx 13' and 2' higher than all the other floors in the building) and ideal 3 BR and 4 Bth layout renovation. The spectacular corner living room and stunning Poggenpohl open kitchen makes a dramatic statement and are the heart of this special home. Silestone stellar black quartz counters and white Zeus quartz back splash, Bertazzoni range/oven and vented hood, Liebherr refrigerator and wine refrigerator, Miele microwave convection oven and warming drawer, Bosch dishwasher, under counter lighting, and lighted pantry is not a dream but an incredible kitchen you will want to hang out in and sit at the Poggenpohl zebrano built-in high bar. The dining area off of the kitchen can easily seat 10-12 people. The en suite Master Bedroom boasts two large custom closets and a beautifully renovated double sink Master Bath with Brizo fixtures, Madeli countertop and Italian tiles. A separate wing includes two additional well sized bedrooms, one is also en suite, a separate office area and two more full baths. Whirlpool washer and vented dryer laundry area. Central air. Beautifully refinished red oak hardwood floors. Built in 1880, 105 Fifth Avenue is a handsomely detailed 11-story Flatiron Beaux Arts building with terracotta trim designed by American architect Robert Maynicke. The New York Times called him "a pioneer in the building of modern loft apartments." It is home to 38 exceptional loft apartments. Aptly named the Folio House, it was the original location of the Barnes & Noble chain of bookstores that opened on the lower floors in 1932. The building offers a virtual doorman, package room, private storage bins, wired for Fios and Spectrum, and full-time super. Just a block to Union Square and its wonderful market, you are steps away from NYC's best restaurants and shopping in this highly sought after location. This home includes two private storage units on the same floor.

Listing courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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