Beautiful 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom prewar condo with exposures North, South and West. Gracious entrance foyer. The thoughtful renovation created a home fit for modern living while honoring its classic structure and preserving its charming Pre-War details. New windows and central air conditioning and thru-wall units throughout make this home, pin-drop quiet. Renovations seamlessly blend new with the home's original herringbone floors, classic picture frame moldings, new oversized windows, and 9-foot beamed ceilings. The living room and formal dining room have open North views that are framed by oversized windows in each room. West-facing, windowed, eat-in-kitchen with top-of-line appliances including a wine refrigerator and copious counter space. Large pantry, separate utility closet, and floor-to-ceiling cabinets. Washer/dryer is hidden just inside the entrance to the kitchen. Open North views from the master and second bedrooms. The master suite easily accommodates a king-sized bed, three custom closets and an en-suite, windowed bath with a deep soaking tub and heated Carrera marble floors. The second bedroom boasts a custom walk-in-closet. The serene, West-facing third bedroom with ensuite full bath. A total of 8 closets provides copious storage. Note: a monthly assessment of $291.67 per month is in place through November 2020The Gatsby is a Pre-War luxury building that speaks to the neighborhood's rich history. One of the area's few Pre-War condominiums. Built in 1924, one year before Fitzgerald's classic, this intimate, full-service, pet-friendly condo embodies the elegance and grandeur that its name suggests. The Gatsby offers impeccable service from its 24-hour doormen and resident super, storage, bike storage, laundry room, and a gym.
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