This oversized, renovated two-bedroom, two-bath home is well-conceived in layout and detail. Its public rooms include a rare corner living and dining room overlooking Park Avenue, while both bedrooms enjoy direct Park Avenue and 58th Street views, respectively. Take in the city through large picture windows, while the apartment features include updated through-wall HVAC, wide-plank hardwood flooring, extra-high ceilings, abundant storage throughout, from walk-in entry closets, deep custom master bedroom closets with custom millwork and dedicated linen closet. A well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters and ample cabinetry is a delight. Two updated baths complete this marvelous property,...perfect for quiet enjoyment or entertaining. 475 Park Avenue is a 15-story, white-glove cooperative building, originally built as a series of duplex apartments in 1908. In 1959 it was reinvented as 92 simplex cooperative units, its distinctive white-brick facade not original to the building. The even-floored units feature higher ceilings as a vestige of the original construction. With a prime location on 58th Street and Park Avenue, the building is convenient to the Midtown office and shopping districts and moments from some of the best dining and cultural attractions that Manhattan has to offer. 475 Park features a 24-hour attended lobby and staffed elevator. Pied-a-terres allowed with board approval. The building allows 50% financing. Private storage is also available.
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