300 E 59th Street Unit: 1707, New York City, NY 10022
A beautifully renovated two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom home perched on a high floor with sweeping views of the city and the iconic Queensboro Bridge. After passing through a spacious entry foyer, you are welcomed by radiant sunlight pouring through an entire wall of new windows framing jaw-dropping views. The great room of this immaculate apartment features gracious areas for both living and dining, an alcove perfect for either a play area or home office, and a custom open kitchen equipped with a plethora of white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances (including a wine fridge and dishwasher), beautiful Quartzite countertops, and a handsome glass subway-tiled backsplash. The tremendous master bedroom boasts two fitted closets (including a walk-in) and an ensuite bathroom. Wide-plank, walnut stained oak floors, unbelievable storage space, and Central Vac are throughout, and one of the hallway closets is pre-wired for AV. The renovated powder room with a marble-topped vanity is also a tremendous luxury. The Landmark is a pet-friendly (up to 40 lbs), full service building that recently made a number of amazing modernizations including an absolutely stunning new lobby and hallways, complete window replacement, and elevator updates (all of which have been paid for). Amenities in this established coop include a fully attended lobby, gorgeous, planted and furnished roof deck with sweeping views, laundry on every floor, storage, garage, and live-in super. At the crossroads of the Upper East Side and Midtown East, 300 East 59th Street provides the perfect blend of lifestyle and convenience, as it is situated within a short walk of some of the city's finest restaurants, best shopping, Whole Foods, and several transportation options including N, R, Q, 4, 5, 6, and F trains.
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