435 East 52nd Street, New York, New York, 10022

435 East 52nd Street Apt: 10G
New York NY 10022

Cross street:First Avenue

Building

Type:High-Rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:26

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 11
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 6.5
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $8,800,000
Maintenance: $13,380
Financing Allowed: 50%
Minimum down: $4,400,000

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594 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Description

Views, Views, Views..................
Meticulously-designed Residence 10G at the premier River House boasts a sprawling layout with generous rooms, and blends the classicism of prewar elements with the allure of modern luxuries. Rarely available G line that boast the best views in the building! This exceptional home has been upgraded with brand new windows throughout. The grand 4+ bedroom, 6.5 bath apartment welcomes you from your own private elevator landing. A gracious entry gallery, conveniently accessing a cloak room and powder room, leads to elegant entertaining rooms with custom millwork and priceless views. A dramatic southeastern corner living room enriched by an exquisite antique paneling-encased wood-burning fireplace looks out over the East River with a wonderful bay window. Perfect for entertaining, a paneled library with river views and a wood-burning fireplace sits between the living room, and regal thirty foot northeast corner dining room with its own riverfront bay window and expansive up-river views. A Juliet balcony off the living room and library provides an additional vantage point for enjoying river vistas. In addition, a media and music room can be accessed from both the living room and the entrance hall. Culinary creations are inspired in the bright and beautiful eat-in kitchen with a breakfast area.

A lovely master bedroom with a huge walk-in/dressing closet and his/her baths, additional en-suite bedrooms, and a home office enhance comfort and versatility for your needs. Included is also a spacious staff room and laundry room.

Situated on a cul-de-sac at E. 52nd Street and the East River, the magnificent 26-story Art Deco River House by renowned architects Bottomley, Wagner & White was completed in 1931, and remains one of Manhattan's most discreet and sought-after luxury cooperative apartment houses. Residents enter through a private iron-gated, landscaped cobblestoned motor court with fountains and proceed to a riverfront lobby. Also available to residents is membership in the adjacent River Club. Its amenities include a swimming pool, two tennis courts & three squash courts, a squash simulator, a golf hitting area and simulator, a gym, brand new locker rooms, children's activities, library, dining room & bar overlooking the river, a ballroom, and guest rooms.

Amenities

Driveway; Garage; Courtyard; Pool; Laundry Room; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Attended Elevator
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Full service
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room
  • Pool

Neighborhood

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Views, Views, Views......

Description

Views, Views, Views..................
Meticulously-designed Residence 10G at the premier River House boasts a sprawling layout with generous rooms, and blends the classicism of prewar elements with the allure of modern luxuries. Rarely available G line that boast the best views in the building! This exceptional home has been upgraded with brand new windows throughout. The grand 4+ bedroom, 6.5 bath apartment welcomes you from your own private elevator landing. A gracious entry gallery, conveniently accessing a cloak room and powder room, leads to elegant entertaining rooms with custom millwork and priceless views. A dramatic southeastern corner living room enriched by an exquisite antique paneling-encased wood-burning fireplace looks out over the East River with a wonderful bay window. Perfect for entertaining, a paneled library with river views and a wood-burning fireplace sits between the living room, and regal thirty foot northeast corner dining room with its own riverfront bay window and expansive up-river views. A Juliet balcony off the living room and library provides an additional vantage point for enjoying river vistas. In addition, a media and music room can be accessed from both the living room and the entrance hall. Culinary creations are inspired in the bright and beautiful eat-in kitchen with a breakfast area.

A lovely master bedroom with a huge walk-in/dressing closet and his/her baths, additional en-suite bedrooms, and a home office enhance comfort and versatility for your needs. Included is also a spacious staff room and laundry room.

Situated on a cul-de-sac at E. 52nd Street and the East River, the magnificent 26-story Art Deco River House by renowned architects Bottomley, Wagner & White was completed in 1931, and remains one of Manhattan's most discreet and sought-after luxury cooperative apartment houses. Residents enter through a private iron-gated, landscaped cobblestoned motor court with fountains and proceed to a riverfront lobby. Also available to residents is membership in the adjacent River Club. Its amenities include a swimming pool, two tennis courts & three squash courts, a squash simulator, a golf hitting area and simulator, a gym, brand new locker rooms, children's activities, library, dining room & bar overlooking the river, a ballroom, and guest rooms.

Amenities

Driveway; Garage; Courtyard; Pool; Laundry Room; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Attended Elevator
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Full service
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room
  • Pool

Neighborhood

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