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447 East 57th Street

Midtown East, NYC|$2,255,000

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447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
447 East 57th Street, Midtown East, NYC, $2,255,000, Web #: 12695171
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Candela Five Room Masterpiece

It is rare to find an apartment with elegance, charm, beautiful detailing throughout and in move-in condition. Look no further.

From a semi private elevator landing this apartment opens to an expansive entrance gallery. This leads to the perfectly proportioned south facing living room with a wood...

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It is rare to find an apartment with elegance, charm, beautiful detailing throughout and in move-in condition. Look no further.

From a semi private elevator landing this apartment opens to an expansive entrance gallery. This leads to the perfectly proportioned south facing living room with a wood burning fireplace flanked by charming windows in the style of French doors overlooking trees that line East 57th Street. Since this is a wide street the sun streams in through the floor to ceiling windows. This room flows seamlessly into the corner library or second bedroom which also has floor to ceiling windows and faces south and west. There are many built-in cabinets, a walk in closet and a new bath. Off of the entrance gallery is the master bedroom suite with another walk in closet, many built-in cabinets for additional storage and the master bathroom. You will be pleasantly surprised to find French doors opening onto a charming balcony from this room.

Beyond the gallery is the large dining room or sitting room with a bay window at the end; this is where the current owner has the perfect place for the dining room table. The kitchen features up to date appliances and there is an office located at the far end of this room. The original architectural details throughout this unique home have been meticulously maintained. There is central air conditioning, a washer/dryer and beautiful floors in a herringbone pattern in the public rooms. The apartment comes with a large storage closet located in the basement and there is a live in Resident Manager.

Located in a handsome neo Georgian building designed by the preeminent architect of luxury apartment houses, Rosario Candela, 447 East 57th Street was built as a cooperative in 1928. Candela also designed some of the finest buildings in Manhattan, along Fifth and Park Avenue and most of the pre war buildings on Sutton Place and Sutton Place South.

Floorplan for 447 East 57th Street

Key Details

Sold Property Midtown East, NYC
Cooperative
$2,255,000

Maintenance/CC: $3,197
Financing Allowed: 50%
ID: 12695171

Residence Information

Rooms: 5.0
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.0
Library: Yes
Outdoor space: Balcony
Woodburning fireplaces: 1
Air conditioning: Central Air
Washer and dryer: Yes

Building Information

Pied-à-terre allowed: Yes
Period: Pre-War
Built: 1928
Building Type: Elevator
Doorman: Yes
Attended lobby: Yes
Elevator attendant: Yes
Laundry in building: Basement
Storage available: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes

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