NO EXPENSE WAS SPARED IN THE GUT RENOVATION OF THIS GORGEOUS HOME. This magnificent two-bedroom, one and a half-bath palace is sure to impress, perfectly blending classic elegance with exquisite, extensive, and expensive renovations. Enter through a gracious gallery/foyer and marvel at the luxurious Philip Jeffries gold-leafed ceiling. To your right, you'll find an expansive living room directly connected to the dining room, boasting Philip Jeffries wallpaper and Vaughan wall sconces. Just off the dining room, the kitchen offers high-end chef's appliances and more Vaughan lighting in a sumptuous setting. Between the custom cabinetry and Versailles quartz counters and backsplash,...you'll find a large Subzero fridge, Miele dishwasher, and Thermador oven. The extra-large principal bedroom features a massive walk-in closet and flank the lavish master bathroom along with the spacious second bedroom. The master bath is outfitted with Waterworks fixtures and has an Anne Sacks marble floor. The powder room, just off the dining room, also features Anne Sacks flooring and Samuel Hearth hardware. Gorgeous crown molding, pristine hardwood floors, blackout shades and brand-new city quiet windows add to the charm and comfort of this lovely home. This all-out gut renovation is the epitome of luxury, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. The unit features three built-in air conditioners, installed by Hamilton air, as well as a wine station with Subzero wine refrigerator. 140 East 81st Street is a well-run and established pre-war, full-service coop with a highly rated managing agent, friendly staff, and low underlying mortgage. It has a new exercise room, laundry room, courtyard garden, and bike storage. The building earns strong retail income, has one of the lowest maintenances in the area, allows 75% financing and has no flip tax. Close to the 77th St subway, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park, charming restaurants, and high-end shops, 140 East 81st is perfectly situated. Pied-a-terre and pets allowed.
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