Real Estate Taxes: $1,018
Common Charges: $1,152
Pets: Case By Case
Be the first to live in this meticulously crafted, corner 3 bedroom/2 bathroom gut renovated home facing Central Park that has left no stone unturned . . . and includes a deeded parking space.
Unit 3B is sun-drenched with both south and west exposures, and 11 (brand new) windows to take in unobstructed views of the Park. Arrive in the foyer with its custom bench, and walk down the hall to the expansive great room with open kitchen. Hand-cut, white oak herringbone floors with an environmentally friendly poly-whey satin finish run throughout the enormous living space, large enough for both an oversized seating area as well as an 8-person dining table. A built-in display case with solid walnut shelving can be used for books, a bar, or kitchen items. Featuring a 6-burner Wolf stove with self-venting hood, a Bosch dishwasher and drawer microwave, a 36” Fisher & Paykel fridge, and pendant lighting from Rejuvenation, the Leicht kitchen has been thoughtfully designed by German Kitchen Center and offers an abundance of drawers and storage for effortless organization. A statuary tiled backsplash carries up to the ceiling, and a 10’ island means there will always be room for casual dining or flexible workspace.
The marble, spa-like master bathroom features a Restoration Hardware double sink vanity and lighting, as well as an oversized Grohe Smart Control rainforest shower with a hand-held nozzle. Both bathrooms are outfitted with Toto toilets and heated floors, and the second bathroom has a deep soaking tub for unwinding at the end of the day. This bespoke home contains an in-unit Bosch washer and dryer, all new plumbing and electrical systems, and each bedroom incorporates oversized, custom-designed closets. Set the ambiance to suit your mood with dimmable LED recessed lights and a hard-wired speaker system from Polk Audio that envelope the home in music.
Lido Hall is a pre-war architectural gem built in 1911 and is located directly across the street from Central Park. The building is pet-friendly and features a part-time doorman, bike room, and storage. Unit 3B trades with a deeded parking space in a gated lot, and if you’d rather take public transportation the B/C and 2 /3 trains (as well as a multitude of buses) are steps from your door. The neighborhood is situated where the Upper West Side meets Harlem, with attractions including Lasker Ice Rink/Swimming Pool and the Harlem Meer in your front yard, Museum Mile a short walk away, and a variety of restaurants and bars including Seasoned Vegan, Sylvia’s and Red Rooster within blocks.
Priced at $1,995,000 with low monthly common charges and taxes, this superlative home quite simply checks all the boxes.