35 West 71st Street, New York, NY, 10023

Financials

Price: $2,795,000.00

RET: 0

Maintenance Charges: $2,556.00

Details

Rooms: 6Beds  Baths: 3/2

Square Footage: 2000  Service Level: 

Ownership: co-op  Neighborhood: Lincoln Center

Features:

SOLD Townhouse Duplex, Private garden (385 sq ft) and private balcony (20 sq ft), 3 bedrooms (one of which is set up as a library and has an integrated Murphy bed), 2 baths with heated floors, Dual zone Central air conditioning, Home office, Sauna, Glass facade in the back -almost unique for this kind of building, Motorized blinds, Translucent floors that let light in between floors, Parlor floor ceiling height up to - 12'7", Garden level ceiling height – 8’, All surfaces except for living room original oak paneling is new, Italian Stucco walls (five layers), 147 bottle 2 zone Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, Chef’s kitchen and extra kitchenette, Recessed lighting throughout the apartment, Crestron system controls the, audio and video, 12 integrated speakers throughout the apartment and garden, Floating Stairs, Dimmers for all main lights, Electrical wiring and all plumbing has been replaced, Private Basement storage - 150 sq ft, Alarm system

Exposure / View: North and South

Building Features: Landmarked Street, Built 1898-99, Width 18’ 6”, length 76’, Five Stories, Bike Storage, Laundry room

Summary:

SOLD Townhouse Duplex

Nestled just a block south of the Dakota and the park entrance, on a
land-marked street, lies the quintessential NY townhouse, circa 1899.
This is a unique co-op that works like a condo with only two
shareholders and a minimal “board package”. Both local and
international buyers welcomed.
The residence encompasses the parlor and garden floors and features a
superb private garden and balcony, a decadent sauna, a glass facade in
back, glass floors that fill the entire home with brilliant natural
light, a chef’s kitchen, an extra kitchenette, central air
conditioning, and 3 bedrooms.
The apartment was totally renovated in 2003 with all new surfaces
(except original oak paneling) to the highest standards and designed
by an Italian architect.

Parlor Level:
Upon entering the foyer, one encounters 12’7” high ceilings and
architecturally-designed closets, one full bathroom with shower, and
quintessential old-world oak floors with the requisite rich walnut
inlays. To one’s left lies the kitchen and dining room. 9-foot-tall
bay windows, with custom-made curved glass, grace the dining room. The
dining room comfortably accommodates 12 people and features a
beautiful ceiling medallion with a crystal chandelier.
To the right of the foyer one enters the living room. This magnificent
room is warmed both by the antique wood paneling that dates back from
1899 and the stately fireplace. Behind one of the walls resides a
hidden home office, accessible via a secret door. On the other side of
the fireplace, behind another secret door, a 147–bottle, dual
temperature zone Sub-Zero wine cooler can be found. But the absolute
crown jewel of this particular room is the rear-facing glass facade
that showcases the gorgeous garden and balcony. Off to the right of
the living room lies one bedroom with an integrated wood-paneled
Murphy bed and motorized blinds, the ultimate in both practicality and
design.
Upon approaching the rear glass façade, one reaches the floating oak
stairs that lead to the garden level.

Garden Level:
This level boasts an open floor plan, which is accentuated by a
sumptuous sauna, home office, generous span of wardrobes,
walk-in-closet, two bedrooms, and one bathroom with double sinks and a
deep soaking tub. A hidden kitchenette is yet another fetching feature
of this floor. The best part with this level is the exceptional garden
featuring a fountain, a wooden deck with partial frosted glass floor
and a long, unique built-in wooden bench matching the wooden deck. The
garden is accessed both through the family room and through one of the
bedrooms.

The Location:
71st Street itself, lined with many townhouses, is quiet.
The house is within walking distance of The Boathouse and Central
Park’s most alluring treasures. To the opposite direction is Lincoln
Center. The neighborhood is bustling with restaurants for all tastes
and makes for a very satisfying life. The new and exciting Columbus Circle with restaurants like Masa and stores like Armani is only a 10-block walk from the residence.

Contact  Information/Agents

Agent Name:Olof Tenghoff

Phone:212-202-1929

Email:Email Me