221 East 50th Street, Unit 6D/7D
MIDTOWN EAST, MANHATTAN
Offered At $1,750,000
Monthly Maintenance: $3,205/mo.
3 Bed | 3 Bath | Co-op
Welcome to a meticulously executed, sun-filled duplex in the heart of Midtown East/Turtle Bay.
This stunning combination of two units has created an airy three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence that maximizes the units' space. Whitewash oak flooring invites you inside to take in a full-width southern exposure and views that skim over the rooftops of the adjacent buildings. Custom lighting enhance the open plan great room's sense of space and light, while the nearby windowed kitchen offers state-of-the-art appliances by Bosch, Bertazzoni and Fisher & Paykel. At the rear of this level, a large bedroom with an impressive walk-in closet stands next to a gleaming full bathroom.
Acting as both focal point and conveyance, the custom staircase unifies the two levels with blackened steel supports, white oak tread boards and chic vertical slats. Upstairs, the luxe master suite includes another walk-in closet, a spacious windowed master bathroom, and innovative full-height electrolytic glass panels that draw natural light into the hallway or provide complete privacy at the flip of a switch. The third bedroom is situated at the rear of the floor, and the home's third full bathroom includes an in-unit washer-dryer. Custom closets, recessed lighting, HVAC units enclosed in custom cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, high-end hardware and custom millwork illustrate the care and attention that's gone into this designer home's thoughtful reimagining.
221 East 50th Street is a well-maintained postwar co-op building offering a live-in superintendent, central laundry, bike storage and private garden. Set on beautiful, tree-lined 50th Street near Third Avenue, this delightful home is in the heart of one of Manhattan's most convenient and enjoyable neighborhoods offering residential ambiance combined with incredible accessibility. Fantastic restaurants, including Dos Caminos, Smith & Wollensky, Sofia Wine Bar and The Smith are just steps away, and transportation options are abundant with 6, E and M trains within three blocks and 4/5, S and 7 trains at Grand Central Terminal.