525 Park Avenue, 6B

Upper East Side   |   East 60th Street & East 61st Street

Condo [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 4,199,000
Rooms 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Monthly] $ 1,156
Common Charges [Monthly] $ 2,623
Financing Allowed 99%
Listing ID: 1304198

Property Description

Rarely Available Pre-War Condominium residence on Park Avenue and 61st Street! Well-configured into a 3 bedroom plus den/library with a fabulous flow; 3 exposures from 12 oversized thermos-paned windows bring sun light in, while keeping noise out. Square living room and library/music alcove feature a grand sense of proportion with their 10 Ft+ ceilings while large windowed dining area next to the kitchen allows for cozy gathering. GREAT USE OF SPACE!! WASHER DRYER IN APT. Lots of custom closets provide comfort and convenience. Luxurious finishes, floor-to-ceiling doors, hardwood strip floors and moldings throughout punctuate the space. Fine full-service building with very low monthly charges, designed by famous architects Schwartz & Gross in 1914, perfectly located in the most desirable of streets steps from the world's finest shops, chic dining spots, and only two blocks from Central Park. Friends for the Upper East Side Historic Districts recently honored 525 Park Avenue with an EXTRA-MILE AWARD for its Terra-cotta restoration and replacement of balconies. This type of condominium apartment is hard to find, especially in an excellent building with Very Low Monthly Charges. Apartment feels and looks very Spacious!!! PETS ALLOWED WITH BOARD APPROVAL! PRICED TO SELL!!!!!
Rarely Available Pre-War Condominium residence on Park Avenue and 61st Street! Well-configured into a 3 bedroom plus den/library with a fabulous flow; 3 exposures from 12 oversized thermos-paned windows bring sun light in, while keeping noise out. Square living room and library/music alcove feature a grand sense of proportion with their 10 Ft+ ceilings while large windowed dining area next to the kitchen allows for cozy gathering. GREAT USE OF SPACE!! WASHER DRYER IN APT. Lots of custom closets provide comfort and convenience. Luxurious finishes, floor-to-ceiling doors, hardwood strip floors and moldings throughout punctuate the space. Fine full-service building with very low monthly charges, designed by famous architects Schwartz & Gross in 1914, perfectly located in the most desirable of streets steps from the world's finest shops, chic dining spots, and only two blocks from Central Park. Friends for the Upper East Side Historic Districts recently honored 525 Park Avenue with an EXTRA-MILE AWARD for its Terra-cotta restoration and replacement of balconies. This type of condominium apartment is hard to find, especially in an excellent building with Very Low Monthly Charges. Apartment feels and looks very Spacious!!! PETS ALLOWED WITH BOARD APPROVAL! PRICED TO SELL!!!!!

Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer
525 Park Avenue Upper East Side New York NY 10065

Building Details [525 Park Avenue]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1395/7503
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1915
Floors/Apts 13/48

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