"Art Collector's Dream Property"
The owner, a passionate art collector, took time to find this apartment and invested an immense amount to renovate (3 bed 3 bath converted into 2 bed 2 bath) this beautiful space specifically to display museum quality art. Another collector will be able to appreciate the quality of light, walls and space making this property the perfect showcase for art as well as elegant living. The owner is looking for the perfect buyer to turn her space over to.
Every element of this breathtaking, fully renovated, two bed, two bath, full floor prewar condo loft was chosen to display art at its best. The museum worthy pieces currently in the home's Gallery highlights the space's gracious proportions. Special lighting accentuates the work of arts as well as to preserve them. The expansive dinning and living area is perfect for elegant entertaining. Rich dark oak flooring is installed through out the apartment. The open kitchen with its custom designed and installed Poliform/Varenna cabinetry includes Caesar Stone counter tops, and Subzero, Miele and Thermador appliances. There are two marble bathrooms with Duravit and Geberit fixtures. Sound system through out the unit. The loft has plentiful storage in its huge walk-in closets. The laundry room is equipped with a Miele washer and dryer.
The original structure, the first five floors of 23-story building, is a Georgian style landmarked townhouse built in 1916. The private keyed elevator opens directly into the apartment leading to an oversized great room with tree-line view through large windows. This loft is in a 21-unit, 23-story building with 24-hour doorman. This white glove building includes a garden for tenants off of the 5th floor. There are two assessments: $265.33 for the elevator upgrade ending in April 2020 and $326.54 for local law 11 and common area upgrade ending in Dec. 2023.
This building is located few steps from Asia Society off Park Avenue, and few blocks away from many galleries, museums, Central Park, shopping stores, great restaurants and public transportation.
Showing starts on May 8th.