This four-bedroom loft in Park Avenue South Tower, a 1920’s Art Deco industrial building that was converted to co-op loft apartments in 1980, just hit the market for a cool $3,100,000. The beautifully renovated corner unit boasts eleven large windows, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, and custom walnut cabinetry and storage built-ins that bring a mid-century glam vibe to the residence.
The entrance foyer leads you into an expansive living room and dining area featuring 11-foot beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and generous southern and western exposures that fill the space with light. The midcentury furnishings juxtapose against custom walnut built-ins and storage closets throughout the apartment.
The kitchen features Carrera marble countertops, custom slatted walnut cabinets that pack a visual punch, and a Subzero refrigerator. There is a separate custom bar and wine cooler that can hold up to 78 bottles.
Off the kitchen is a small and separate home office adjacent to a large walk-in entry closet and mud room.
The master bedroom has four large windows, six closets, an ensuite bathroom, and a dressing area that’s decked out with additional custom built-ins for more of a library vibe.
There are three other smaller bedrooms, all of which boast great light. The apartment is set up with a two-zone central AC system and a four-zone surround sound system.
The pet-friendly building has a live-in super, a laundry area on every floor and a landscaped roof deck with views of Manhattan.
[Listing: 425 Park Avenue South, 8BC by Christine Miller Martin, Deanna Lloyd, and Hunter C. Hulshizer of Stribling]
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Listing images courtesy of Stribling
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