Windowed Kitchen; Dishwasher; Penthouse; High Ceiling; Wood Floors; Washer Dryer; Oversized Window
Exposure / View:
North; South; East; West
Pre-war; Laundry Room.
Broker Summary :
Step into a classic world as envisioned by world renowned architect Gilbert Schellinger with this stunning & classic bay windowed flat.
This is the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me of the bay windowed one beds here @ 105 East 15th Street. It has the best natural light, views and the top renovation. It is also the top floor of the bay windowed flats here @ 105.
This classic prewar apartment has been completely modernized with a top-of-the-line renovation.
Exposures and windows: Features three sun-drenched exposures including south, east & north from seven large windows including the three bay windows one of which is on a south/west exposure with a partial view of Union Square Park.
Kitchen: Windowed and expertly designed with an open layout that flows into the living room and hallway. Marble countertops & large center island. Custom wood cabinets. Top of the line stainless steel appliances including Fisher and Paykel refrigerator and full size gas oven/range. It also includes a Bosch dishwasher.
Bathroom: Windowed and Marble. Expertly designed with your own top of the line GE washer and dryer. Also has a Duravit toilet and heated floors.
Central Air Conditioning!
Bedroom: Dual exposure with 2 large windows and custom designed bed/storage system made of engineered wood.
Closets/storage: Hallway has custom designed floor to ceiling storage made of engineered wood.
Ceiling/Floors/Lighting: High ceiling, wide plank engineered wood floors & custom lighting throughout with designer fixtures. floors were just refinished in September of 2022.
Available anywhere from on or about April 1-May 1 subject to approval.
Gorgeous prewar elevator building with resident superintendent, modern laundry room & Cyber Doorman security service & two modern passenger elevators.
The Swannanoa is a 10-story Neo-Renaissance apartment building designed by a prolific designer of residential buildings whose name is generally associated with single-family row houses. The building was planned with 40 apartments, four on each floor. Its most imposing feature is the two-story base with granite pilasters and projecting portico supported by four granite columns. Above the portico are seven-story rounded bays, undoubtedly designed to provide residents with views toward nearby Union Square. The brick-faced upper floors are extensively ornamented with Terra- Cotta, including foliate detail, Cartouches, Lion heads, and Dolphins. Designed by Renowned Architect: Gilbert A. Schellinger 1898-1900
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