Create your Lenox Hill dream home in this high-floor two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom featuring an expansive layout and open-sky views in a white-glove, full-service cooperative. Originally a Classic Six, this unit was painstakingly converted to showcase exceptional 1980s entertaining. Today, the special, well-priced residence is ready for its next glorious chapter.
The current layout welcomes you inside with a gracious entry flanked by a coat closet and powder room. Ahead, the dramatic foyer leads to a large living room surrounded by wide-open western views and illuminated shelving and art niches. The adjacent lounge — originally a bedroom — features custom cabinetry and a concealed wet bar. Plan your next dinner party in the east-facing dining room featuring excellent storage and buffet space. Tray ceilings amplify the home's grand scale throughout the living spaces, while the oversized eat-in kitchen impresses with abundant cabinet and counter space and Midtown high-rise views. The primary suite has been configured with a king-size bedroom, two bathrooms and extraordinary closet space.
Enjoy the existing entertainer's layout or revert the home to its original Classic Six-style floor plan, including plenty of space for two extra-large bedrooms with en suite full bathrooms (see alternate floor plan).
The Victorian is a well-run, white-glove cooperative where residents enjoy strong financials, 24-hour doorman service, laundry, storage and an on-site parking garage. Pieds-à-terre, co-purchasing, overseas buyers, pets under 60 lbs. and in-unit washer/dryers are permitted with board approval. Maintenance includes electricity and cable. There is a 3% flip tax payable by the buyer. This building's land lease expires in 2099.
Nestled at the border of Midtown and the Upper East Side, this perfect Lenox Hill location is surrounded by world-class shopping, dining and nightlife. Explore Bloomingdale's and the luxury boutiques of 57th Street and Madison Avenue, or spend the day in Central Park. Transportation is effortless with N/Q/R/W, 4/5/6 and F trains, excellent bus service, CitiBikes, the FDR and 59th Street Bridge all nearby.
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