PREWAR AND TOP OF THE LINE PERFECTION
175 West 93rd Street, Apt. 9B, New York, NY
A gorgeously finished, sun-filled one bedroom home in a Rosario Candela building. In the largest one-bedroom line in the building and triple mint, with beautiful finishes: new parquet floors, solid doors, Hubbardton Forge light fixtures. The electrical service was upgraded and is all new and in-wall. There is new crown molding, skim-coated walls and a pre-war style arched doorway to the kitchen. Everything was done with a designer’s touch and loving care. A serious foodie designed the kitchen for herself, with granite countertops, cherry cabinets, Mexican tile, and all the organizers and drawers you can imagine. The stainless steel appliances are Bosch and top-of-the-line GE, with an electric wall oven and 5-burner gas cooktop. And she fitted in a desk work area with shelves for cookbooks. It’s a cook’s dream. The oversized living room has a wall-to-wall storage unit, a ceiling fan and lovely lighting, with ample space for a large dining table. The parquet floors are new, in the style of the original, and there are plenty of closets. All of the rooms are large and bright, and the apartment flows perfectly, with an entry foyer (with closet) and a hallway between living room and bedroom. The bathroom, smartly renovated in a black and white pre-war style, with Carrera marble touches, has a new, deep cast iron/porcelain tub, with Euro-style chrome plumbing fixtures, including a hand-held shower and a positively sybaritic shower head. 175 W 93, built for Rosario Candela in 1929, has a full-time concierge/doorman, a live-in super, a bike room, laundry and storage rooms and is located near all the good things the UWS has to offer: Riverside and Central Parks, restaurants, wine bars, shopping and transportation to take you anywhere you want to go. The 2 and 3 express trains are a block away, as is Broadway, with Equinox, New York Sports Club, the Thalia Theater and Symphony Space within a few blocks.
Contact Sharon McIntosh212-580-8855