CANDELA MIDTOWN MASTERPIECE
This stunning 1,354 sq.ft. 2 Bedroom / 2 Bath Prewar Condo with Formal Dining Room is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Built in 1924 and designed by renowned architect, Rosario Candela, it features all the details one expects in a prewar home from large proportioned rooms to beautiful molding detail, high ceilings and gorgeous oak plank floors.
From the Entry Gallery you can enter the Formal Dining Room on the right or walk forward into the large Living Room with a fabulous recently rebuilt wood burning fireplace. The renovated windowed Kitchen features a Subzero refrigerator, Bosch Cooktop, Microwave and Dishwasher and plenty of cabinets and counter space plus a service door to bring in packages.
Off the Living Room is a separate sleeping quarter's hallway leading to both bedrooms. The Master Bedroom has an en-suite windowed bath offering its owner quiet comfort. The large closet has a wall safe to store valuables. Both the master and second hall bathrooms were updated in a classic prewar style.
Wired for cable in both bedrooms and living room plus significant electrical upgrades throughout. All the rooms have thru-wall A/C. As a bonus, there is excellent closet space PLUS 2 storage bins
This Rosario Candela designed masterpiece at 40 West 55th Street in New York City, built in 1924 and converted to a Condominium in 2007, has charm galore. It is close to Rockefeller Center, Central Park, shops, museums, great restaurants plus bus and subway transportation.
It is a boutique building with 10 floors, 36 units and 24 hour lobby attendant. There is a laundry room and package delivery management for residents. Significant recent improvements include a new roof, new water tank on the roof and a new ADT security system. This pet-friendly building permits pied-a-terres, gifting, co-purchases as well as investors and foreign purchasers.