Welcome to this Carnegie Hill jewel nestled between 5th and Madison Avenue that offers the best of city living in this boutique prewar co-op. Residence 6B was meticulously renovated while retaining the charm of its pre-war detail. The layout offers 2 bedrooms, one bathroom and ecologically friendly Morning Star wide planked bamboo throughout. Highly coveted roof rights, with spectacular views, transfers with this property to complete this unique gem.
Light pours in through the large eastern facing windows that look onto the landmarked St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral with its onion-domed cupolas, colorful terra-cotta decorations and intricate stone carvings. The well-proportioned living room/dining area is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace flanked by two large windows.
The renovated windowed kitchen offers Zinc countertops, sleek recessed lighting and northern views. Nicely hidden behind a sliding door is a hook-up for a washer/dryer. Each bedroom is positioned on either side of the living area, accessed by elegant glass paned French doors. The renovated windowed bathroom is complete with a claw footed bathtub drenched in wonderful eastern light.
Built in 1896, 9 East 97th Street, is an intimate prewar building located just off Fifth Avenue. The 6-story building offers a virtual doorman, central laundry room, bike room and a basement storage unit that comes with the apartment. The building recently installed a new elevator cab and is currently renovating the lobby and stairwell. Pied-a-terre, guarantors, and pets are permitted with board approval. All at an excellent address that is mere minutes to Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, world-class shopping and dining, and public transportation. There is currently a monthly assessment of $201.85 for the updating of the lobby and stairwell.
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