High up on the 16th floor sits this jewel one bedroom oasis with a unique Southern facing terrace that spans the length of the whole apartment. Enjoy open city and river views as far as the eye can see from this stunning prewar one bedroom in the Southgate, an Emery Roth cooperative. Relish the views of the midtown skyline, the boats passing by the old hospital on the East River and lots of other gorgeous terraces in surrounding prewar buildings.
The apartment is in very good condition with original refinished light hardwood floors, a very large living room, nearly 14 x 21, with a separate entrance gallery and dining room. The ceilings are 8'9 at their highest and the apartment is approximately 1000 gross square feet including the terrace. The windowed kitchen has a SubZero refrigerator with two freezer drawers, a Bosch dishwasher, a Viking 4 burner stove and nice cabinetry space. The whole apartment is flooded with natural sunlight. The primary bedroom has double exposure South and East. There is a windowed bath and glass shower. Washer/dryers and through-wall air conditioning allowed.
This full service white-glove building sits on a quiet cul-de-sac. Southgate was designed by Emery Roth and built by Bing & Bing in 1931. Coop features a 24 hour doorman, landscaped garden, onsite management, bike room, storage (waitlist), and is pet friendly, and allows 80% financing and pied-a-terres. The maintenance includes electric.