With almost every room of this light-flooded four bedroom, three bathroom cooperative opening onto a planted terrace, one can enjoy fresh air and a taste of nature from the privacy of their own home. Throughout the fluid combination of the "A" and "C" apartments, the unique personal style of the owner is evident: eclectic, whimsical, and meticulous. Today, this 'well thought-out" residence, with nearly 700 square feet of outdoor space, reflects a keen sense of calm design and harmony. Each area flows into the next with common elements that tie the various rooms together, creating a serene spaciousness. The detailed...complete renovation includes new wide plank hardwood floors, terrace doors and windows, custom crafted cabinetry, and a dramatic entrance gallery. The gracious entertaining space, with one of the most romantic dining rooms in all of Manhattan, opens onto one of the three planted terraces with river views. The windowed chef's kitchen features a Miele suburban-sized 36" refrigerator and 30" freezer, Miele full-sized washer dryer, Miele dishwasher, Thermador gas cook-top and convection oven, GE Profile microwave and XO externally vented hood. There are over 30 feet of Quartz countertops and abundant storage. Currently configured as three bedrooms, library, and home office, the functional layout is easily imagined as a four bedroom home. The three ensuite windowed bathrooms feature Toto toilets, Dornbracht fittings, Duravit sinks, and architecturally distinguished tilescompact but luxurious. All of the six closets are oversized and outfitted with custom wood detail. Additional storage trades with the apartment. If needed, a separate studio is available for purchase. 424 East 52nd Street is one of the five Art-Deco inspired buildings that comprise the desirable Southgate complex. Developed in 1931 by Bing and Bing and designed by the renowned New York architect Emery Roth, these building feature full-time doormen, landscaped garden, laundry room, bike room and on-site management office. The maintenance includes electricity.
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