17 West 67th Street Corp., 17 West 67th Street, 5D - Upper West Side, New York
Located on one of the West Side's most enchanting residential blocks, right off Central Park West, it is no wonder why homes at 17 West 67th Street are rarely available and in high demand. Complete with an immaculate gut renovation, 5D spared no expense with each detail tastefully attended to. The foyer greets you with a charming arched doorway and hand applied textural plastered walls. The living room flows through to your dining area with plenty of space for entertaining. Serving as a stylish backdrop, the windowed kitchen is equipped with only the best finishes and appliances such as a Miele dishwasher, gas cooktop & built-in oven, Liebherr Stainless steel refrigerator with Icemaker, sleek Caesarstone counters and backsplash & Moroccan concrete flooring. Newly stained hardwood floors run throughout the home and lead you down the hallway to a beautiful windowed bathroom with herringbone mosaic tiling, whirlpool soaker tub and Vespasian toilet. The master bedroom is generous in size with two large windows, a generous walk-in custom closet and space for a desk or vanity. Electrical and plumbing upgrades have been completed throughout the home. 5D exemplifies the unison between pre-war elegance and sleek New York Living. Situated just half a block from Central Park with easy access to Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, an array of dining and shopping as well as close subway access to the 1, B, C, and D lines.Built in 1929, 17 West 67th is a distinguished Pre-war Co-op that stands 12-stories high with 57 units. Designed by architects Gronenberg and Leuchtag, building amenities include a live-in super, porter who is able to receive packages and deliveries, laundry room, as well as bike storage area. Pet friendly, gifting & guarantors are accepted, pied-a-terres allowed & subletting after 2 years of ownership. Private storage bin included. $2000 Flip Tax to be paid by purchaser.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman