650 Park Avenue, 10D

Half Bath
Co-op Properties


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Property Description

Located in one of Park Avenue's most desirable co-op buildings, sits this classic five room, corner residence. Perched on the tenth floor, this two bedroom, two and a half bathroom apartment is flooded natural light from multiple surrounding windows. The entry foyer holds two large closets and an abundance of wall space that provide endless opportunity for dcor and art.The living room is adorned with a decorative limestone fireplace that flows seamlessly into the spacious dining area. Newly painted columns and beautiful crown molding create a fresh modern feel while preserving the old world details. The open layout and panoramic views of Park Avenue make this exquisite home ideal for entertaining any occasion.Overlooking 67th street, the kitchen is dressed with granite countertops, Viking and Miele appliances, and allows for a private washer/dryer. The master bedroom suite has custom cedar walk in closets, large light filled windows, and a luxurious marble bathroom complete with a shower and separate bathtub. The second bedroom follows suit and is spacious with abundant closets and its own marble en-suite bathroom.This sought after white glove building has a beautifully furnished grand lobby, attended elevators, full-time door attendants, a resident manager and a newly renovated fitness center. There is a full-service garage and a stunning roof deck with soaring views of both the city and Central Park. A private storage unit is included with the property. The building allows 35% financing and pets are welcome. With very low maintenance that includes gas and electricity, this is a great opportunity to own a gorgeous Park Avenue home.Owner/Broker
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman