This classic six co-op in the venerable 60 Gramercy Park North goes beyond just prewar charm. Designer decor by Starrett Ringbom is eye-popping, eclectic and fun, while providing a contrast for the home’s lovely architectural details. The high floor home, asking $5.295 million, comes with park views and a coveted key to Manhattan’s only private park.
Past the grand entry foyer , the south-facing living and dining rooms overlook the park. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace and built-in shelves.
Cabinetry in the eat-in Shaker kitchen is painted a fabulous jewel-toned green, offset by Carrara marble countertops. The kitchen is fully equipped with Sub-Zero, Wolf and Bosch appliances and a Shaw farmhouse sink. Custom built-ins help make great use of the space.
Considered design details include the on-trend banana leaf wallpaper in the home’s entry hall and a vibrant powder room.
Three bedrooms are just as charming as the home’s common space. Bathrooms are classic pre-war, enhanced with design elements like Waterworks fixtures. The home also boasts an in-unit washer/dryer and abundant closet and storage space. The building features a full-time doorman, a resident super, a gym, more storage, a bike room, and central a/c.
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Neighborhoods : Gramercy Park