Located in one of Park Avenue most distinctive prewar cooperatives, this oversized renovated one bedroom, one bathroom plus a rare powder room has six large double windows facing West overlooking Park Avenue. The apartment features an entrance foyer that leads to a gracious sun-flooded living room. The grand room features a cleverly made folding room divider which makes a nice den/guest room with custom built-ins. The primary bedroom is extremely large and faces west with four custom closets and a bath ensuite. The kitchen is in excellent condition featuring a Gaggenau four-burner stovetop and oven, a Sub-zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher,...and a Miele stacked washer and dryer. The apartment has high ceilings, hardwood floors, a decorative fireplace, a powder room for guests, and through the wall air conditioning. 475 Park Avenue was originally built as a series of duplex apartments in 1908, however was reinvented as 62 simplex cooperative units in 1959, therefore the white brick faade was not original to its construction. The apartments have great scale and higher ceilings which is a remnant of its prewar history. At the corner of 58th Street and Park Avenue, nestled between the midtown and the Upper East Side, it is a perfectly central location surrounded by New York Institutions, incredible shopping, amazing restaurants, Whole Foods, Central Park and public transportation. The cooperative has full-service amenities including a manned elevator and 24-hour attended lobby, a live-in resident manager, central laundry and private storage. Pied-a-terre's are allowed. The building has a no pet policy. There is a 2% flip tax.
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