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Property of the Week: This move-in ready apartment is as close to suburban living as one can get in the city.
By Sophie Killip | June 3 2021
A charming turn-key Manhattan apartment in the bustling heart of New York City has recently become available for purchase. A rare find in the city, the move-in-ready apartment offers privacy and space across two stories, with contemporary interiors and energy efficiency built-in.
Situated on a tree-lined block in a boutique brownstone property, the Manhattan apartment features three bedrooms and bathrooms across 3,200 sq ft as well as 350 sq ft of private outdoor space – offering residents as close to suburban living as one can get in the heart of the city. As a turn-key property, the home is available with all of its furnishings and finishes; it has been designed by a Feng Shui expert with an almost 99% rating.
Two of the bedrooms and bathrooms are situated on the main level of the property, alongside an expansive living area with a wood-burning fireplace and a chef’s kitchen that features a kitchen island, marble countertops and several world-class amenities including a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Danby wine cooler. Downstairs on the lower level, there is a large living room with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling French doors that open out into the backyard.
The master bedroom is also located on this lower level. The generously large space boasts a home office that can be sectioned off from the rest of the room, a dressing room featuring two custom-built wardrobes and a garment closet, and a full bathroom. At one end of the master suite there is also a large skylight that allows natural light to filter down into the space.
All of the millwork in the property was handcrafted on-site by local artisans. The Manhattan apartment also features natural materials throughout, such as oak wood and stone flooring. The energy-efficient apartment has a combination boiler to keep it warm in the summer, as well as double-pane City Windows to improve insulation – and block noise from the city outside.