Rarely available pre-war stunner on iconic Park Avenue. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a formal dining room, a large foyer and is the ONLY apartment with private outdoor space in the building. It's flooded with sunlight and awaits your personal stamp in one of Park Avenue's most sophistica...
Rarely available pre-war stunner on iconic Park Avenue. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a formal dining room, a large foyer and is the ONLY apartment with private outdoor space in the building. It's flooded with sunlight and awaits your personal stamp in one of Park Avenue's most sophisticated full-service co-ops.
Filled with 1920's original charm and the grand proportions, this home greets you with soaring ceilings and original chevron hardwood floors. A wide gallery entry is filled with over-sized closets and large art walls. To the left, the living room includes a wood-burning fireplace, high ceilings and open views. To the right of the entry, a formal dining room boasts a small terrace and opens to the kitchen which has a separate pantry closet which can also house a W/D with board approval. The huge master suite sits on the corner of the building giving you privacy and an abundance of light. It features an en suite windowed bathroom and dual exposures. The second bedroom is the south-east corner of the building, is flooded with sunlight and has easy access to the guest bathroom. Storage unit is also included with the sale.
Located within the Park Avenue Historic District, 1111 Park Avenue is a stately brick and limestone cooperative built in the Colonial Revival style by Schwartz & Gross in 1925. Today, residents of the luxurious full-service building enjoy 24/7 doorman and concierge service, a live-in superintendent, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a laundry room and a bike storage room. The pet-friendly building allows 50 percent financing; 2% flip tax paid by buyer.
From this impressive location at the corner of Park Avenue and 90th Street, you're surrounded by the very best of Carnegie Hill living. Pristine tree-lined streets lead to Central Park and the illustrious Museum Mile, and wonderful shopping and dining can be found along Madison Avenue and 86th Street. Nearby 4/5/6 and Q trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations put the rest of the city within easy reach.