CORNER HIGH FLOOR CONDO WITH OPEN VIEWS
Perched high above Manhattan on the 38th Floor, this 1,741 square foot sprawling 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath home in the white glove Galleria Condominium enjoys spectacular open views South and East. Situated on a double corner, this flexible floor plan is set up with two master suites but can easily convert to three bedrooms. Wall to wall windows line the extra-large L-shaped living and dining combination offering warm light and inviting views. The large separate kitchen has an abundance of storage.
The master bedroom has an en-suite marble bath with separate shower and tub. The 2nd corner bedroom also boasts a private bath. The powder room was originally a 3rd full bath with proper plumbing in place to add back in a tub or shower if desired. The entire apartment is full of natural light and features numerous closets. Washer/dryer installation is allowed.
Located between Midtown East and the Upper East Side, The Galleria is one of Manhattan's most coveted premier luxury full-service condominiums. Building features include full-time doorman, elevator man, concierge, maid service, dry cleaning, parking garage, private gym for residents only and a Stunning 54th floor Roof Terrace and lounge with butler service 7 days a week. The renowned Premier 57 Club and Spa occupies 3 floors of the Galleria Tower offering full spa services and indoor and outdoor pools. Moments to Central Park and surrounded by world class shopping, dining and cultural institutions including MoMA and the Museum Mile.
An exceptional value as an investment opportunity, pied-a-terre or full-time residence in one of the great condominiums along 57th street. Pets welcome.
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