A Pre-war co-op treasure with an enchanted terrace!
This charming home is every pre-war lover's dream: 9' high-beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplace, crown moldings, inlaid wood floors and French doors to optimize light!
Step into this is two-bedroom, two-bath high-floor home consisting of approx. 1,300 SF of interior space and additional private outdoor space! As you enter the apartment, an entry hall has two large closets before leading way into a traditional living, dining and kitchen area that are perfectly proportioned. The windowed kitchen is equipped with white marble counters, cabinets with glass inset doors and chef-grade appliances by Subzero and Viking. The living and dining area include coffered ceilings with lighting, a wood-burning fireplace with 18th century French mantle and a wet bar with copper sink and wine storage. Wall-to-wall French doors accentuate the sense of space and provide access to a private terrace which will be your very own oasis retreat from the busy city life. A retractable awning and automatic irrigation system will help you further imagine all of the possibilities: gardening, entertaining, barbecues and the list goes on!
The corner master bedroom is truly a suite with its 15'8'' x 12'10'' dimensions, en-suite marble bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, and plentiful closet space including a walk-in and built-ins by TransForm. The second bedroom faces South, has Cityscape views and an en-suite bath finished in Thassos marble and steam shower. Currently configured as a nursery, the fabric wall panels can be easily removed to reveal full Mahogany paneled walls, providing opportunity to purpose this as a quintessential library, den or home office. Contemporary upgrades further enhance the appeal of this home and include a Bosch Washer & Dryer, built-in surround sound and multi-zone heating/air conditioning. Pets and Pied-a-terres allowed. Maintenance includes electricity. Financing up-to 80% is permitted!
Located on a lovely tree-lined Cul-de-sac street, 400 East 52nd was designed by Emery Roth and built by Bing & Bing in 1931. It has 153 apartments across seventeen stories and is part of Southgate, a collection of five co-op buildings that share a common garden space. The building has services and amenities that range from a full-time doorman, live-in super, storage facilities, bike room and on-site management. Residents are only half a block from the East River and are ideally situated in the historic Sutton Beekman neighborhood. Enjoy your favorite restaurants: La Pecora Bianca, Copinette, Ethos 51 and more. For grocery shopping Whole Foods is nearby and transportation to anywhere in the city is a breeze with the E, M, 6 subway lines, uptown buses, FDR and bridges, all within a few blocks. Don't wait, call to schedule your private viewing today!