This beautiful home is an incredible find in the fashionable 'Ladies Mile' Flatiron District.
An extraordinary Pre-war 1 bedroom home, beautifully renovated and appointed with class and character. Located in a historic elevator building on one of the most sought-after, tree-lined residential blocks of Flatiron/ Gramercy.
Step directly into a gracious foyer, separate dining area and open living space, tastefully designed with George Nelson lighting and custom bookshelves.
The entire space, including the large bedroom, features lofty 12' ceilings and south facing, newly installed double paned windows overlooking the treetops.
You'll find a fully updated chef's kitchen, featuring stainless steel countertops, Jenn air stove and gas cooktop, Subzero counter height refrigerator, dishwasher, and custom wood cabinetry, pantry and shelves. Sleek and stylish, with a window for light and air, this kitchen is sure to please the most discerning of home chefs.
Beautifully renovated white tile bathroom.
Generous closet space and Central Air Conditioning.
Separate storage unit is available with this unit for a nominal fee.
Pied-a-terres, Guarantors and Co-purchasing allowed. Pet friendly.
33 East 22nd St. is an elegant, prewar 5 story elevator building, displaying the notable character of a 19th Century townhouse while offering high quality modern amenities. This gem of a building is nearing the conclusion of a complete exterior renovation featuring a brand new faade, refurbished lobby and additional interior amenities. Featuring a Virtual Doorman security system, Live-in super, Package Room, Private storage units, Laundry room and Bicycle room.
Located in the heart of Flatiron, steps away from a rich offering of restaurants, specialty shops, markets (Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, and Eataly, to name a few), other historic townhouses and buildings, luxury condominiums, intimate squares and parks. Close proximity to Madison Square Park, Chelsea, Union Square, Greenwich Village and the West Village, and convenient to multiple subway lines.
The Flatiron District, named after the historical triangular-shaped Flatiron building, is a primarily commercial area yet also houses many hidden luxury apartments. The Flatiron District is bordered by nearby areas including Union Square, Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Gramercy Park. Once considered the Toy District for its popularity in housing, clothing, and toy manufacturers, it now gleans with all different arrays of businesses, retailers, and beautiful living areas. One of the most appealing aspects of this area is the central location of Madison Square Park, whose beautiful tree-lined paths and must-have Shake Shack location cannot be missed. Flatiron provides a not overwhelming dose of city hustle and bustle, making it a perfectly situated place to call home.
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