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40 Central Park South 11D, New York, NY 10019

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$8,862 Price
Condo Property Type
Central Park South Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,464 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Balcony

$8,862 Price reflects 1 month free on a 13-month lease gross rent of $9,600.

This over-sized two bedroom home above the tree-line of Central Park South gives the finest views in New York City: high enough to see the whole park, low enough to feel the texture of its beauty. Inside, the pre-war details and size give this unique home a feeling of grandeur. Step out onto the Juliet Balcony and you feel like you are hovering over the park itself. The living room is extremely long and features a true wood-burning fireplace and spacious dining area. This home features: a Sub-Zero fridge, Decor appliances, and Kohler fixtures in the baths. The kitchen has a window and a breakfast bar in this smart and efficient layout. There are dual master suites, each with spa bathrooms (one with a Jacuzzi tub and separate glass stall shower) and enormous closet space (three walk-ins with California closet systems).

The building is a full-service, white-glove, doorman building, with 24-hour security, key-locked elevators, and a small fitness room. Steps away from Central Park, Fifth Avenue shopping, subway systems, restaurants, and much more. Pet friendly.

For immediate move in.

Listing courtesy of Essential New York Real Estate LLC

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