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55 Central Park West 4-B, New York, NY 10023

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$1,495,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,403 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Laundry

Move-in, with your toothbrush and artwork , to this spectacularly renovated, 1BR pre-war co-op in triple mint condition with side Central Park views and a perfectly appointed new chef's kitchen and spa bathroom! Apartment 4B is a spacious home at the iconic 55 Central Park West, an exquisite Art Deco building that combines the best of old and new.

Walk into an elegant entry foyer and directly experience the oversized 8 X 10 chef's kitchen with matching herringbone floors and a direct treelined view from its sizable window. The kitchen has all the finest appliances: a full-sized Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf cooktop, Wolf microwave and wall oven, retractable Miele hood, Miele dishwasher, and a Miele washer/dryer. It has a beautifully mirrored and appointed bar. The backsplash marble tile is white Italian Calcutta Gold and counters are in white quartz for practicality. Custom cabinetry is by the Portland, Indiana-based Penville Custom Cabinetry with polished nickel finishes.

Step down into a gracious and well-lit living space with original pre-war detail, including oversized windows, 9' beamed ceilings with LED overhead high-hat lighting, wrought-iron railings, herringbone hardwood floors, crown moldings, and an elegant archway. The living room has ample seating for entertaining and a dining area that easily seats six. There is built-in storage, through-the-wall PTAC units, and landmark-approved double pane windows in every room. Shades and lighting are automatically controlled and the apartment has a Sonos sound system. The apartment is pin-drop quiet.

The bathroom has been meticulously renovated with fittings from Waterworks, including white marble countertops, a metal washstand, and floor-stone tiles in a basketweave layout. The Thassos marble wall tiles, Toto toilet, Robern medicine cabinet, overhead high-hat LED lighting and sconces, polished nickel finishes throughout, and gorgeous walk-in shower with hand-held and rain shower double heads, and marble bench for in-shower seating complete this timeless, sophisticated, luxurious spa experience.

55 Central Park West recently earned awards for exquisitely restoring its art deco lobby, while simultaneously modernizing its infrastructure earning it an 'A' grade by NYC for its energy efficiency as well as offering accessibility, new building heating, water, fire and electrical systems, and back-up power and co-generation. Aesthetically, the building also boasts a beautifully landscaped roof terrace with exceptional panoramic views of Central Park and Midtown, a full-service staff, including two full-time doormen, a live-in Resident Manager, and the Building Link Communication system. Other amenities include a laundry room, bike room, package room, children's playroom and storage bins.

Ideally located across from Tavern on the Green in Central Park and within close proximity to Lincoln Center, shops, restaurants and transportation. Building allows 50% financing on the first $1,000,000 purchase and 1/3 on the amount above $1,000,000. 2% Flip tax paid by buyer. Assessment of one month's maintenance payable in December through 2023. Pets and pied-a-terre ownership permitted with one month's additional maintenance applied towards pied-a-terre.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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