Pristine and sun drenched three-bedroom, two-bathroom with a powder room penthouse in a recently built luxury full service condominium moments from Prime Gramercy Park and the Flatiron District. As one of two units on the ph floor, phb spans over nearly 1900sf of interior space and includes a private manicured/landscaped roof deck of over 900sf. Walk into the living/dining room from the entrance featuring floor to ceiling windows with sweeping views south, west, and east. A gorgeous open kitchen includes a center stone island with abundant cabinet and pantry space as well as high-end appliances: Miele Cooktop and convection Oven, Subzero fridge, Wine Cooler, and Miele Dishwasher. The Master Bedroom faces east and includes a substantial walk-in closet and an en-suite oversized marble bathroom with double vanity, a glass-enclosed rain shower, a deep spa bathtub, and built-in storage. Well appointed second and third bedrooms also face east. Further features in this apartment include 5" white oak floors, Bosch washer/dryer, central ac, Kraus home automation system and custom closets. Building amenities include a full-time doorman/concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center, playroom, cold storage, and planted/furnished roof deck lounge with outdoor kitchen and spectacular, panoramic views. The building is convenient to everything including public transportation, Union Square and its superb fresh produce market, and Madison Square Park. With a 421-A tax abatement still active the low monthlies make for a wise investment or primary residence.
Gramercy Park is located between East 20th Street and East 21st Street and between Park Avenue South and Third Avenue (although it does not take up the entire block between these two avenues). Lexington Avenue, a major north-south thoroughfare on the East Side of Manhattan, terminates at the northern end of Gramercy Park. Gramercy Park is a small, fenced-in private park in the Gramercy neighborhood of the New York City borough of Manhattan. The park itself is accessible only to residents of certain townhouses in the area who have keys to the park, although nearby residents may buy visiting privileges today. The park is open to the public on Gramercy Day (which changes yearly, but is often the first Saturday in May) and it is one of only two remaining private parks in New York City, the other being Sunnyside Gardens Park.