Building & Unit Features
Immediately upon entering, you are welcomed into the homes incredible entertaining space consisting of four distinct, yet open flowing areas. The first is the top of the line kitchen. It features all high end appliances from a Subzero refrigerator to a Eurocave wine fridge that can hold over 100 bottles. There is endless storage, and a kitchen island cloaked in marble that would rival the size of an island in an impressive country home.
As you pass through the kitchens adjacent dining room, and into the enormous sunken living room, youll be greeted by custom built-in bookcases with a sliding ladder all bathed in the beautiful southern sunlight. The layout beautifully accommodates a large sitting area for the television, and a separate larger area that is more social.
The master bedroom soaks in beautiful south and west facing light from the corner window, and also features built in shelving and ample space. The stunning master bathroom is complete with hardwood floors and a free-standing designer soaking tub. As you make your way past the master bath, youll lose yourself in a massive walk-in closet.
The guest bedroom is on the opposite end of the home allowing for complete privacy. Another sleek full bathroom sits right outside this room to be shared by guests.
Built in 1929, 230 East 73rd Street was designed by noted architect Emery Roth, and erected by Bing & Bing. Residents enjoy a full-service cooperative featuring a full-time doorman, gym, bike storage room, and a landscaped common garden.
The building is in close proximity to Central Park and convenient to transportation, shopping, restaurants, and theatre.
There is a monthly assessment in place for $206.63/month.
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