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15 West 67th St 3RE, New York, NY 10023

$1,295,000
Listing Details:
$1,295,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,480 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Storage
Description:

Totally renovated and rewired home11 foot beamed ceilingsCentral Air-Conditioning with ancillary heat and de-humidifying featuresNew double pane tilt and turn windows in the bedroom and bath and enlarged 9 foot by 7 foot enlarged atelier window facing directly onto townhouse gardensOpen plan kitchen with marble slab counters and top of the line appliancesStacked Miele washer and dryerLuxurious marble and mosaic tiled windowed bath with double vanities and an oversized walk-in shower Custom built-in book shelves and 12 wall of fitted closetsBeautiful restored hardwood floors. Located near Central Park, adjacent to the Hotel des Artistes, in the West 67th Street Artists Colony Historic District, 15 West 67th Street, was built in 1905 by cooperating artists and writers for the purpose of creating living space as well as studio space for their creative endeavors. 15 West 67th Street, known as Central Park Studios, is distinguished by its gothic limestone facade and exquisite lobby murals, painted by one of the original residents, Robert V. Sewell, which are in the National Historic Register. The infrastructure of this century old cooperative was substantially upgraded in 2015. Residents enjoy the services of a full time doorman, automated elevator, live-in superintendent and roof top common terrace. Apartment 3RE, was formerly the writing studio of the acclaimed literary icon, and co-founder of the NY Review of Books, Elizabeth Hardwig, who resided at 15 West 67th Street, along with her husband, the poet, Robert Lowell. The creative energy of this powerful literary couple was transferred to the present owner who wrote her first published book in this venue. Special features include: 4 foot X 4 foot locked individual storage bin transfers with the apartment; planted roof garden for tenant use; pets permitted; will consider pied a terres on a case by case. Broker-Owner.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran GroupListing courtesy of The Corcoran GroupListing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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