This renovated one-bedroom home boasts spectacular sweeping city views of the Empire State, Chrysler, and ConEdison buildings from all rooms. Residence 16C is situated on the penultimate floor of 170 Second Avenue, the East Village's preeminent cooperative, a 1929 historic building at the corner of 11th Street. Enter through a proper foyer into the living room where two large windows with northern exposure reveal picture perfect open skyline views. The open, thoughtfully reimagined kitchen features a breakfast bar, abundant cabinet space and stainless-steel appliances, including a Samsung Stove, built-in GE Profile microwave, and Fisher & Paykel refrigerator. The oversized bedroom features those same extraordinary skyline views and is outfitted with two deep closets. The large windowed bathroom has been renovated but retains the original reglazed cast iron 5. 5-foot soaking tub and features multi-colored mosaic tile floors, white subway tile walls, a new vanity and a large built-in Kohler medicine cabinet. Other features of this home are nine-foot plus beamed ceilings, refinished original parquet oak flooring, and base moldings throughout, which serve to highlight the charm and character of this modernized pre-war residence. This lovely home is in the heart of one of Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods and close to fantastic restaurants, Union Square, Tompkins Square Park and public transportation. 170 Second Avenue is a majestic prewar jewel with a stunning terrazzo lobby and is impeccably maintained by a great full-time staff, including a live-in superintendent and a 24-hour elevator attendant. Sorry, no pets.
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