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1435 Lexington Avenue
Totally renovated, triple mint and beautifully proportioned 2 bedroom 2 bath - the size of many 6 or 7 room homes! Enter into a tremendous sun flooded gallery with 3 oversized closets that opens onto the 23 foot living room with open city views, a wood burning fireplace, and exquisite built-ins. Across a beautiful 50 foot sweep of space for grand entertaining is a formal dining room with banquette seating and storage that could easily become a family room or a 3rd bedroom (prospective floorplans for this option available upon request). The windowed granite and subway tiled kitchen features top of the line stainless steel appliances including a Viking stove, Monogram refrigerator, and a half bath that now houses the washer and dryer.
There is a separate bedroom wing. The master has 2 sun flooded exposures, with open river and RFK bridge views, large custom built closet, a linen closet, custom built-ins and an ensuite windowed marble bath with pedestal sink and cast-iron soaking tub with glass shower enclosure. The second bedroom has a walk in closet, beautiful woodwork, and a custom shoe closet. The second bath (also windowed) is conveniently located in the bedroom hallway and is exquisitely renovated to perfection with a marble pedestal sink, and subway tiled bath/shower with a glass enclosure.
Other features include open views, exquisite crown moldings and wainscoting, 9 foot beamed ceilings, herringbone and parquet wood floors, skim coated walls, updated electric and plumbing, plus an in the wall sound system.
1435 is a pet friendly full service prewar co-op with extremely low maintenance in the heart of Carnegie Hill. There are 3 apartments per floor, landscaped roof garden, private storage, bicycle room and proximity to the subway and crosstown bus. Local law 11 work was recently completed and the roof deck was just redone. Carnegie Hill is a quiet and beautiful Upper East Side neighborhood marked by trees, the Central Park reservoir, charming shops and restaurants and cultural institutions including the Guggenheim Museum and the 92nd Street Y.
Year Built: 1925
Maintenance: $2,258Financing: 65%
- washer dryer
- pet friendly