This high-floor fully renovated classic five-room apartment awaits you at 935 Park Avenue. The 14th-floor's semi-private elevator landing opens to a beautifully designed foyer that leads to the apartment's gracious entertaining areas. The 15-foot by 22-foot living room has herringbone floors, high beamed ceiling, and a wood-burning fireplace. Adjacent to the living room is a spacious dining room (12.5 ft. X 16.5 ft.) which may be set up formally, or casually for intimate gatherings.
Extraordinary natural light, from northern, southern, and eastern exposures illuminates the space throughout the day. The thoughtfully renovated, windowed kitchen is perfectly designed for food preparation...
Museums of world renown are also in very close proximity. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is 2 blocks away, which also provides a gateway to Central Park and all that it offers. Transportation whether above ground or beneath links the resident of this apartment to all of Manhattan and its treasures. Do not miss this triple mint apartment in its white glove building.
Choose this apartment as principle residence or pied--terre. Your life will be enriched. 935 Park Avenue is a red brick residential cooperative building on the southeast corner of 81st street was designed by Sugerman, Hess & Berger and erected in 1924. It was converted to a co-op in 1961. It has an attractive canopied entrance with a two-story high limestone pilasters and a nice terra cotta frieze around its third floor and at the top of the building. This 17 story, doorman building has a handsome dark wood paneled lobby and only two apartments per floor.
Crosstown buses run on 79th street and one of the best and desirable city schools, P.S. 6, is one block away. - Corner Apartment - Impeccable Renovated Condition - Excellent Natural Light & City Views (North, East and South) - Central A/C - Modernized Kitchen & Bathrooms - Washer/Dryer: In-Unit - Dishwasher: In-Unit - Financing Allowed: 50% - Flip Tax: 2% (Buyer Pays)
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