Find sophistication and Prewar charm in this luxurious 1-BR, 2-BA home. A grand and gracious space with 11' ceilings, this is not your typical one bedroom New York home.
As the heart of the home, the formal living room is bathed in light from over-sized windows and double exposures facing east and south making it perfect for entertaining.
With a big picture window, high-end stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry and granite counter tops, cooking is a pleasure in the kitchen. The adjoining dining gallery is the perfect spot for many memories to come.
A peaceful retreat, the bedroom is quite spacious with an en-suite bathroom and an adjoining sitting room. The second full bathroom has a spa-like quality and is conveniently situated near the bedroom.
Other notable features of the home include ornate moldings, plenty of wall space for displaying fine art, original and restored hardwood floors, thru-wall A/C's in every room and City Silence windows throughout. Additionally, a storage unit (approx. 5'x8'x10.5') transfers with the apartment.
Built in 1908 and designed in the French Renaissance style by the architectural firm of Harde & Short, Alwyn Court opened in 1910 and is still one of the city's most celebrated buildings. Known for impeccable, white-glove service and located just one block from Central Park, the full-service building with 24-hour doorman is conveniently located near Carnegie Hall and many popular restaurants and retail destinations. Other building amenities include a bike room, central laundry room and pet-friendly attitude. Pied-a-terres allowed.
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