A high-end duplex penthouse set up as a two bedrooms in the Gramercy area with the luxuries of a suburban residence, completely gut renovated to the quality of a modern condominium, never lived in and listed at the price of a coop is now on the market. No expense was spared. This rare gem with south and east corner exposures has a versatile design and everything inside is brand new and ready to move in. In the summer time, its beautifully appointed, large terrace offers privacy and tranquility, and it is conducive to reflection and to practicing yoga. Whether for an intimate gathering or formal entertaining this unit has it all. In the winter time you can enjoy its indoor comfort along with its unique features such as beautifully unobstructed views or proximity to some of the top-rated Manhattan restaurants, Gramercy park or Union Square with active night life. The building has one of the largest, most beautiful roof-terraces with 360 degree views of the city. Upstairs, this duplex has a modern feel and versatility, currently setup as a two-bedroom or as a one bedroom, with a separate living room opening into the large terrace. The living room has floor to ceiling windows overlooking the brand new terrace. This room has an office area that could be used for work or to enjoy a quiet reading experience. Downstairs, there is a convenient eat-in area located right across a magnificent kitchen appointed with high-end appliances (Viking stove, microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher), top-of-the-line countertops and very modern cabinets. The downstairs bathroom is entirely redesigned with rare Italian tiles, a modern shower with a seating area setup with candles and fresh towels as well as storage for additional towels, or spa cosmetics. The downstairs bedroom has a wall full of closets appointed with a customized interior and a Murphy bed with a built-in couch perfect for times when you want to use the room for entertainment. This room has a Juliet balcony with floor to ceiling windowed doors allowing plenty of light into the room. The apartment has elegant finishes (high-hats, crown moldings and in-lay wood accents around the hard wood floors) and it is equipped with an upgraded electrical panel as well as with a new cooling unit. This building was the original home of the J.M. Horton Ice Cream Factory in the 1920's. Located minutes from Gramercy Park and the Flatiron district.
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