Step inside the gracious entry foyer into a dazzling great room boasting hardwood floors, a striking wall of windows and soaring double-height 16-foot coffered ceilings. A stately, cozy wood-burning brick fireplace and two built-in arched bookshelves complete the ambiance. Adjacent to the great room is an airy bedroom/den with classic French doors and a charming balcony. Cloaking the walls of the bedroom is a magical, calming custom mural painted by artist Russ Elliot, who worked on the famous Bemmelman and Erte murals in the UES's Rosewood Carlyle Hotel. The chic windowed chef's kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a gas range and granite countertops. Upstairs is a spacious primary bedroom. Featuring bright windows, plenty of custom-built storage space and a generously sized closet, the bedroom comfortably fits a king-sized bed while receiving light from grand double-exposure windows facing the west and north. The spacious primary bathroom oozes opulence with a sumptuous marble sink and luxurious original deep-soaking tub. The second floor also features a bonus room that can easily be configured into a guest bedroom, home office, nursery or den. With your contractor and imagination this home can check all the boxes on your wishlistthis line is the largest natural line in the building and features a gracious layout rarely seen in a prewar co-op. Built in 1925 by notable architect Harvey Wiley Corbett of Helme & Corbett Architectsone of three firms hired to design Rockefeller Center35 East 9th Street provides the perfect mix of private, luxury living within one of NYC's most dynamic neighborhoods. Enjoy living moments away from Washington Square Park, Union Square and a plethora of dining, shopping and entertainment options along University Place and Broadway. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, elevator, multiple garden courtyards, an on-site resident manager, and a stunningly landscaped roof deck. Additionally, this pet friendly building offers central laundry, multiple storage spaces, and maids' rooms, available by wait list only. With plenty of options to make it your own, this prewar residence provides a rare and valuable opportunity with extraordinary potential. The building board permits 65% financing, pied-a-terre, and parents buying for children.
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|9/22/2022 4:35:00 PM||New Value: $2,795,000|