Great convertible three bedroom apartment in an excellent white-glove condo with lobby and hallways fully renovated. The apartment spans east to west with open views in both directions. Large living and dining rooms are perfect for entertainment. Master bedroom with its own private balcony overlooks neighboring buildings. Kitchen is fitted with a new Miele stove top, Kitchenaid refrigerator and whirlpool dishwasher and offers Corian counter tops with Integrate sink. Baths are custom designed with Brazilian marble and mosaic tiles. Master bath has a large walk-in shower. Closets galore in addition to a large storage unit in the basement included with the sale of this apartment. New W/D in unit. New HVAC units.
Le Trianon is a full service condo with 24-hour doormen, concierge and live-in resident manager. Conveniently located with easy access to restaurants, food markets and transportation.
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