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Situated on the seventh floor of a well run UWS boutique co-op, this tastefully renovated classic five apartment is moments away from Central Park and the Museum of Natural History. Upon entering the spacious residence, a central foyer with beautiful new herringbone wood floors leads to an airy living room with adjacent dining room, perfect for entertaining. The expansive living and dining area has large windows with northern landmarked cityscape views.
The renovated open kitchen with new KitchenAid dishwasher and granite counter tops boasts tall cabinets taking advantage of the soaring ceiling height found throughout this pre-war gem.
Also off the central foyer you will find the second bedroom with eastern facing views overlooking neighboring brownstones. Down the hallway is a meticulously designed mint Waterworks bathroom. All elements of this show stopping classic bathroom is Waterworks; from the stylish mosaic floor to the storage laden medicine cabinets. Adjacent to the bathroom is the master bedroom with fantastic closet space, once again taking advantage of the high ceilings found throughout.
Other features of the home include new hardwood floors with dark walnut inlay, updated electrical work, freshly painted walls and iron work window boxes. The owner is also including the vintage chandeliers and sconces throughout the apartment and Hunter Douglas Silhouette blinds. It is truly move-in ready!
35 West 82nd Street was designed in 1905 by the preeminent architectural firm Schwartz & Gross and is part of the historic district of the Upper West Side. This well-kept building has a live-in super who accepts packages, a video security system, a bike room, storage, private courtyard and is very pet friendly. Half a block from Central Park, the residence offers proximity to the Delacorte Theatre, Museum of Natural History, The New York Historical Society and many fine restaurants and shops.
There is currently a monthly assessment of $59.53 until 2022.