HAVE IT ALL ON PARK AVENUE! With sweeping Park Avenue views from the living room, kitchen and bathroom, this wonderful, renovated apartment has the perfect blend of charm and convenience in a location close to it all. Prewar features such as high, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and large windows offer sophistication and plentiful natural light from its Eastern and Southern exposures. Modern updates include custom, designer built-ins by Brooklyn design firm, Foundrywood, as seen on Anthony Bourdain's Raw Craft as well as a renovated, windowed kitchen with granite counter tops and sleek, stainless steel appliances including a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, GE stove and dishwasher. This well-designed home has an flexible floorplan. The entry foyer opens to the living room with dual exposures and an adjoining dining area. The tranquil master bedroom features a double wide closet with additional storage above, while a versatile bonus room makes an ideal study, nursery or guest room. The windowed, white subway tiled bathroom is appointed with a castiron bathtub, pedestal sink, medicine cabinet and classic black and white tiled floor.
Built in 1924 and converted to a cooperative in 1986, 16 Park Avenue is a meticulously maintained boutique building with only four apartments per floor. The building features a full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, serene private garden, central laundry, storage, and bike room. Pied-a-terres, subletting, guarantors, co-purchasing and pets are permitted with Board approval. There is no flip tax. 16 Park Avenue is conveniently located in the heart of Manhattan, minutes from Grand Central Station and other transportation, The Morgan Library, as well as shopping, restaurants and attractions.
***There is currently an assessment of $132.25 until 5/2020. Tenant in place until February 2020.***