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BRAND NEW, FULLY GUT RENOVATED CONDO APT OFF MADISON AVE
Modern convenience meets old world charm in this newly renovated pre-war condo apartment on one of the Upper East Side's most coveted blocks.
A newly installed, doorman-operated elevator opens onto a semi-private landing, shared by this home and just one neighbor.
This exquisite home has just finished undergoing a complete renovation. Every detail was carefully thought out and designed by best-in-class architects and designers to create a perfect, grand living space which seamlessly blends form with function. The apartment was taken all the way down to the studs, then rebuilt. It now features new plumbing risers, electrical work, and a new Mitsubishi City Multi central air system. Cat-6 wiring was run throughout, providing modern convenience in a luxurious pre-war setting.
Beneath the newly installed solid white oak 8" plank floors, is new concrete subflooring. The grand living room which features large bay windows, flows seamlessly into the windowed dining room, creating the perfect entertaining space. Down lighting was custom designed for the entire space by a lighting designer.
Entry into the kitchen is either via a doorway from the dining room or the hallway. The custom designed, windowed, Poliform kitchen features marble tiled floors and a full suite of top-of-the-line, Meile appliances. A fully vented Meile hood provides perfect ventilation.
A powder room outfitted with a Toto toilet, Duravit and Hansgrohe fixtures is perfect for guests.
A private hallway leads to the bedroom wing, which features two secondary bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite bath. At the end of the hallway is the entry to the primary bedroom suite.
Originally configured as two separate bedrooms, the primary bedroom suite is expansive. With three windows facing south and east, the bedroom gets amazing light all year round.
The expansive and luxurious, windowed master bathroom features Dorn Bacht fixtures, Duravit dual vanities and a Toto Washlet toilet. The apartment also features a Miele washer and dryer.
40 East 62nd Street is a neo-Medieval style brick, stone, and terra cotta building that was completed in 1911, and converted to a condominium in 1996. Designed by architect Albert Joseph Bodker, the building has nine floors with two apartments per floor, a doorman/elevator operator, and superintendent. Located between Park and Madison, this prewar condo is in the perfect location, close to Central Park and the best shopping in Manhattan.