Rarely-available corner duplex residence on Beekman Place offering grand living space in one of Manhattan’s most desirable communities. Residence 6/7A, at the meticulously-maintained prewar co-op, 2 Beekman Place, affords private and peaceful living near all conveniences. This exceptional 3 bedroom, with a maid’s room and 3.5 baths, provides an incredible opportunity for the discerning buyer to customize the expansive interior and create a dream home. An elegant entry foyer with a powder room, walk-in closet and circular staircase welcomes you into the gracious quarters. The ambience is enhanced by high beamed ceilings and strip hardwood floors, along with new oversized European turn-and-tile windows facing north and east that overlook Beekman Place and offer views of the East River and Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. An expansive 26′ wide living room and large open dining area is perfect for entertaining. A windowed kitchen and maid’s room with walk-in closet complete the first level. Upstairs presents 3 bedrooms, each with full en-suite bathrooms. Storage space abounds with 8 generous closets.
Built in 1932, the Rosario Candela-designed 2 Beekman Place is full-service 18-story cooperative with a top-notch staff including 24-hour doormen, elevator operators and a live-in super. Residents also enjoy a rooftop garden terrace with amazing 360 views, laundry, a bike room and private storage. The corner location at Beekman and Mitchell Place is near great restaurants like Smith & Wollensky, Cucina Italiana, Sushi Yasudo and Seafire Grill, an of fitness centers and cafes + Whole Foods and much more. Catch the 6 train at 51st and Lexington or the E/M trains at 53rd and Third. Pets are allowed.