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South Facing 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo Loft boasting high beamed ceilings in the heart of Nomad.
The Parkwood is a boutique doorman building, with 22 apartments. The attractive Beaux-Arts style, 12 floor building, was built in 1913 and converted to a residential condominium in 2006. As a high floor residence, Apt. 10E benefits from prewar construction and elegantly crafted interiors designed by Alan Tanksley.
The entrance opens from your secured keyed elevator to a private landing leading to an airy contemporary living room spanning 22 feet with a wall of oversized windows with southern and eastern exposures, invites an abundance of natural light.
Adjacent to the dining area is a large, windowed gourmet kitchen equipped with Gaggeneau and Sub-Zero appliances, including a wine refrigerator. The custom cabinetry is White Oak with Opaline ribbed glass insets, lightly veined Calcutta marble countertops and a breakfast bar.
A spacious gallery leads to 2 bedrooms including a large primary suite, with an en-suite bath, two double door customized wardrobes, and a 108sf private balcony. Both bedrooms are very quiet, with northern exposure and have oversized windows.
The primary bath is spa inspired and windowed for natural light with a lacquered vanity and polished nickel faucet sets, double sinks, a 6 foot cast iron soaking tub, large glass enclosed shower, marble console and flooring surrounded by porcelain tiles. The second windowed bath has a tundra gray marble console with sink, a full frameless shower, marble floors, and Zebrino wall tiles.
The apartment has central A/C, a full-sized stacked washer and dryer and an abundance of customized closets. Additional deeded storage is available with the purchase.
Building amenities include a personalized concierge, video security, cold storage, a common roof-deck and superintendent.
Located in the heart of NoMad between Park and Madison Ave. Nearby restaurants include Eleven Madison Park, Gramercy Tavern, Shake Shack, and Eataly. Just two blocks away is Madison Square Park, Whole Foods and subway entrance on the corner of the block.