Beautiful One of a Kind 1 Bedroom/Convertible 2
Renovated and customized to perfection, this gorgeous, 1 bedroom, 2 full baths home is easily convertible to accommodate a second bedroom or den. Flooded with sunlight, this generously sized 27th floor corner unit has beautiful open views through oversized walls of new windows facing south and east. Architecturally designed and tastefully renovated throughout with exquisite attention to detail, it is ready for you to move right in.
This spacious apartment was planned to make maximum use of space and provide every comfort and convenience. It features an open granite kitchen with breakfast bar, custom wood cabinets and top of the line stainless steel appliances such as a sub-zero refrigerator, Miele cooktop and stove and a Bosch dishwasher. The master bedroom incorporates a full wall-length built-in unit with versatile storage, a flat screen TV and a computer-ready desk. The dressing room and stone bathroom, separated by pocket doors, are complete with a mirrored make-up table or desk, a glass enclosed shower, a linen closet, a built-in laundry bin and a customized walk-in closet. The stone and mirror clad guest bathroom also boasts a glass enclosed shower.
The Phoenix, designed by Emery Roth & Sons, is a white glove luxury cooperative building, featuring a landscaped entrance, a striking new glass canopy, and a spacious lobby with a lush garden. The building has a full time door attendant and concierge, live-in resident manager, bike room, and private storage. The attended garage, with direct access through the building, offers preferential monthly rates for shareholders. The building allows washer/dryers with Board Approval, is Pet Friendly, and Pied a Terres are permitted. It is ideally located on a lovely tree-lined street along with numerous townhouses in one of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods, the Upper East Side, close to shopping, restaurants, Central Park, entertainment, and major transportation. It is just minutes from multiple subway lines, including the 3rd Avenue entrance of the new Second Avenue Subway.