Located steps away from central park, this beautiful totally gut renovated corner 2 bed 2 bath at the prestigious Bancroft is a must-see!
This 12th floor unit features custom closets, washer/dryer, ample built-in storage space, and exposures facing North, East and South.
Recessed lighting adorns the 9 foot ceilings throughout.
As new owners you will enjoy a meticulously designed kitchen that boasts top quality finishes, Viking, Sub-Zero appliances with an open design, connecting the dining and living area for your great entertaining space.
The master bedroom features an en suite with heated bathroom floors, walk-in closet and views of historical 72nd street and beautiful eastern sunlight.
A spacious 2nd bedroom is perfectly situated for optimal light with two closets, and views of the newly designed Billionaires Row.
The Bancroft is a full service, pet-friendly co-op with a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, bike room, storage lockers available for a nominal fee, and central laundry room. The building provides ease of transportation conveniently located by the B,C,1,2, and 3 train. Trader Joe's, Fairway and Citarella are also located close by, along with fine dining and world-class boutiques.
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