This high floor P line, one of the most coveted one-bedroom layouts at the Grand Madison, is now available for the first time since the condominium was originally converted in 2004. Located in Madison Square Park's first full-service building is this 1,025-square-foot oversized one-bedroom, one-bathroom home with loft-like features such as original columns, 10-foot ceilings, large picture windows and generously proportioned rooms.
Enter the residence into a grand living and dining room with a massive open island kitchen featuring Poggenpohl cabinetry and Viking appliances. With plenty of space to entertain, the great room can easily accommodate a large sofa, seating area and dining for eight or more. A wall of three west-facing windows makes the room feel open and airy and because the 11th floor is one level below the penthouses in the building, the home is well lit all day with lovely light and air. The south facing master bedroom is winged and outfitted with a gorgeous five-fixture master bathroom and the walk-in closet of your dreams. Other features of this residence include wide plank hardwood floors, central air conditioning & heat controlled by the resident year long and in-unit washer/dryer.
Originally built in 1900, the Grand Madison was formerly known as the Brunswick Hotel and is now known as a blue chip condominium with a bulletproof address. Known for its excellent service, this gorgeous turn-of-the-century building is complimented by a white glove amenity package including a doorman, concierge, fitness center, maid service, on-site dry cleaner and a live-in super.