This spacious and beautifully renovated prewar Classic 6 boasts open exposures from every room, generous proportions and classic prewar details. This proper floor plan has a perfect separation of entertaining space and private living.
The welcoming foyer leads to a bright and spacious living room with high ceilings, custom millwork and a wood-burning fireplace. Adjacent to the living room is a formal dining room large enough to host a sizable dinner party or may be comfortably used as a library. The mint condition windowed kitchen features an eat-in breakfast bar, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking stove, marble countertops, custom cabinetry, as well as butler’s pantry with an additional sink, storage and a Bosch washer and dryer.
The private living space, accessed off of a bedroom hallway, has two bedrooms which enjoy oversized windows and abundant closet space. The south-facing and sunny primary bedroom is well proportioned, has two generous closets as well as additional custom built-in storage. There is an en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom is also south-facing and has a large closet. There is also a well-placed renovated hall bathroom. The staff room, accessed off of the butler’s pantry, has been converted to a den / home office / third bedroom. Notable features include through wall HVAC in every room and the apartment is wired for sound with built-in speakers.
325 East 57th Street, built by noted architects Schwartz and Gross in 1929, is an intimate full-service cooperative with a full-time doorman, live-in resident manager, private storage and central laundry. Pied-a-terres and a maximum of 70% financing is permitted. Pets permitted. 2% flip tax. This apartment is move-in condition and not to be missed.