Charming, sunny, lovingly renovated, #4RW is a one-bedroom home with low maintenance in a great location. The apartment enjoys bright southern, treetop and sky views through oversized, oak-framed windows. The main room features exposed brick, a high ceiling, an ample closet, and overhead track lighting, and accommodates a living and dining area with a built-in, granite-topped bistro table/breakfast bar, as well as a full-size Murphy bed for guests. The open, CHEF'S KITCHEN is completely renovated with a granite counter and backsplash; a full-sized refrigerator and stove with a range hood; a double-drawer Fisher Paykel dishwasher; and a copper, apron-front farmhouse sink. A hallway separates the main room from the entrance and the bedroom. The pin-drop quiet bedroom is entered through a glass, mullioned door and is graced with exposed brick and recessed lighting. A dressing area with a walk-in closet could convert to a home office, if desired. Through the dressing area and up three steps is the renovated, windowed bathroom with large soaking tub large enough for two, a pedestal sink, mirrored closet, and terracotta floor tiles. The home has plank hardwood floors and Lutron light dimmers throughout.
Located on a quiet residential block on the Upper East Side, the well-maintained, well-managed building has handsome street doors of oak and beveled glass and tastefully carpeted stairs. It has a dedicated super and 24-hour surveillance, and is surrounded by restaurants, bars, cafes, gyms, and great shops, such as Eli's. On the ground floor is a drop off laundry and dry cleaner. Close to Central Park, Museum Mile, Carl Schurz Park, and the East River Esplanade. The Q Train is a block and a half away on 83rd & 2nd and the 4,5,6 train at 86th & Lexington is a short walk.
No smoking and no pets please. Co-purchases, guarantors, and pieds-a-terre are allowed. After 3 years of residence and board approval, subletting is permitted. The apartment furnishings are available for separate purchase. The first two photos of the living room are partially virtually staged. Behind the armoire, the brick wall extends out slightly.