De Soto, 215 West 91st St, 111 - Upper West Side, New York
Major Price Improvement. SPECTACULAR VIEWS. This 2 BR/1BA, convertible to a proper 3BR/2BA, is loaded with PREWAR details plus all of the latest hi-tech features. As you enter the gracious hallway of Apartment 111, light from the open city landscape shines in all day. This apartment offers high ceilings and special views of the UWS. Having been totally redesigned for today's living, the expansive living room/dining room flows easily into the kitchen. The living room has plenty of space for one or two comfortable seating arrangements. A Large custom built wall unit nicely fits TV, books, special display items and lots of storage on the bottom. Easy to entertain either an intimate dinner party, a holiday dinner, or a large gathering. The dining room has room for a table that could easily fit 12. You can see into the Kitchen which makes the space feel open and relaxed. The cabinets are custom with modern sensibility and backsplash. Miele coffee/espresso maker, Sub Zero refrigerator and wine refrigerator, and Bertazzoni 6 burner gas range are all top of the line. The custom honed marble kitchen counter tops add old world charm. Both bedrooms are located off of a hall for privacy. The master has a huge walk in closet with custom built-ins including drawers and shoe shelves. Across the hall is the second bedroom with walk in closet as well. The massive marble bathroom with large soaking spa tub, walk in shower, and a window is beautiful. Extras include custom motorized window treatments, Lutron lighting, ceiling fans, and decorator light fixtures and semi-private elevator landing. Because of its size it can be easily converted to 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms.This Beaux Arts circa 1917 coop is a full service and pet friendly building with a wonderful landscaped roof deck, newly renovated playroom, storage bins and bike room. Flip tax paid by the seller.Please note: Maintenance currently includes all utilities and cable at a bulk discount.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman