This two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo has a ritzy Flatiron address and plenty of prewar cred. The building was constructed in 1900 and converted to condos in 2007. Its history is evident in the generous square footage, high ceilings, and marble mantel, and the building's grand exterior is nothing to sneeze at, either.
Listed by CORE for $4.795 million, the condo has been updated with all the high-end fixtures and finishes you'd expect at this price point, and it is two blocks from Madison Square Park.
An entry foyer leads you into the living area, where a curved wall creates a pocket for a dining room. The large windows overlook Fifth Avenue.
The kitchen is especially appealing, with a marble-topped island and classic white cabinetry. Lest you find this all too staid, there's a sleek bar area for entertaining.
The master bedroom is positioned for privacy and has a walk-in closet. The windows are on the small side.
The en-suite bathroom has a classic look, with black-and-white tile, double sinks, a deep tub, and a separate shower. The second bedroom, not pictured, also has its own full bathroom.
The floor plan shows a washer and dryer in the unit, as well as a half bath off the foyer. The building is striking from the outside, and it has a full-time doorman and a live-in super, as well as a roof deck.
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