570 Park Avenue, 9B

Upper East Side   |   East 62nd Street & East 63rd Street

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Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 3,999,000 [ 11.03% | $ 496,000 ]
Rooms 8
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 7,318
Financing Allowed 50%
Listing ID: 1997883

Jason Bauer

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Property Description

Apartment 9B at 570 Park Avenue presents a rare opportunity to own a beautiful, gracious home in a most sought after Park Avenue co-op in the East 60s. Boasting ceiling heights just under 10 feet, sunny open views north and west, oversized windows, and classic pre-war architectural detail, this home is not to be missed for the discerning buyer. Enter Residence 9B via a semi-private landing to a formal foyer. The grand living room centers around a wood-burning fireplace. This room has open northern exposure onto quiet 63rd Street. The elegant formal dining room, which is also facing 63rd Street, can easily accommodate a large dinner party or a quiet meal. The windowed, eat-in, custom designed Siematic kitchen, with two sinks, is outfitted with stainless steel appliances including SubZero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, and Viking stove. The separate service entrance, via the kitchen, adds to this home's old-world charm and discreet elegance. The three sun-splashed, quiet main bedrooms are located in a separate, private wing of this large home, all with open views west. The primary bedroom is a corner room with a wall of closets, an additional thru wall AC, a renovated ensuite, windowed bathroom, and double exposures north and west, showcasing the best light all day. The second and third bedrooms share a renovated windowed bathroom. The third bedroom is currently used as a library and has cross exposures north and east. Off the kitchen are two staff rooms and a fully, renovated, windowed bathroom. One staff room is currently used as a laundry room with washer and dryer, large sink and also houses the mechanicals of the Central Air system. The other is a 4th bedroom but has many possible uses. Situated on a beautiful tree-lined block, 570 Park Avenue was designed by famed architect Emery Roth and built by Bing & Bing in 1916. This well-established co-op in the tony East 60s is just a stone's throw from legendary and exclusive Madison Avenue shopping, Central Park, and some of the chicest restaurants in Manhattan. The building has a 24-hour doorman, live-in resident manager, a residents' gym, laundry room, private storage units. Pieds-a-terre are permitted and pets are welcome. 50% financing is permitted and 3% flip tax is paid by purchaser.
Apartment 9B at 570 Park Avenue presents a rare opportunity to own a beautiful, gracious home in a most sought after Park Avenue co-op in the East 60s. Boasting ceiling heights just under 10 feet, sunny open views north and west, oversized windows, and classic pre-war architectural detail, this home is not to be missed for the discerning buyer. Enter Residence 9B via a semi-private landing to a formal foyer. The grand living room centers around a wood-burning fireplace. This room has open northern exposure onto quiet 63rd Street. The elegant formal dining room, which is also facing 63rd Street, can easily accommodate a large dinner party or a quiet meal. The windowed, eat-in, custom designed Siematic kitchen, with two sinks, is outfitted with stainless steel appliances including SubZero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, and Viking stove. The separate service entrance, via the kitchen, adds to this home's old-world charm and discreet elegance. The three sun-splashed, quiet main bedrooms are located in a separate, private wing of this large home, all with open views west. The primary bedroom is a corner room with a wall of closets, an additional thru wall AC, a renovated ensuite, windowed bathroom, and double exposures north and west, showcasing the best light all day. The second and third bedrooms share a renovated windowed bathroom. The third bedroom is currently used as a library and has cross exposures north and east. Off the kitchen are two staff rooms and a fully, renovated, windowed bathroom. One staff room is currently used as a laundry room with washer and dryer, large sink and also houses the mechanicals of the Central Air system. The other is a 4th bedroom but has many possible uses. Situated on a beautiful tree-lined block, 570 Park Avenue was designed by famed architect Emery Roth and built by Bing & Bing in 1916. This well-established co-op in the tony East 60s is just a stone's throw from legendary and exclusive Madison Avenue shopping, Central Park, and some of the chicest restaurants in Manhattan. The building has a 24-hour doorman, live-in resident manager, a residents' gym, laundry room, private storage units. Pieds-a-terre are permitted and pets are welcome. 50% financing is permitted and 3% flip tax is paid by purchaser.

Listing Courtesy of Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.

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Apartment Features

A/C [Central]
Washer / Dryer
Washer / Dryer Hookups
570 Park Avenue Upper East Side New York NY 10065

Building Details [570 Park Avenue]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1377/40
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1916
Floors/Apts 13/63

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