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200 W 54th St #10-C |Midtown West
1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Time on market: 550 days
Taxes/Maintenance: $1,597
Property type: Coop
Courtesy of Compass.
No expense was spared in the restoration of this stunning pre-war masterpiece. Surrounded by some of the finest amenities in New York - Michelin Star restaurants, The Museum of Modern Art, Broadway theaters, Carnegie Hall, a dozen subway lines and Central Park - the historic Adlon stands as a testament to the grandeur of old New York with a truly first-class staff and award-winning lobby. With soaring, 9-plus foot ceilings, perfectly maintained original details, an interior design featured in Luxe Magazine (November 2016), and a complete overhaul of the kitchen, bathroom, electricity, and plumbing, this is a truly unique, move-in-ready beauty. The graceful foyer with pillared parlor entry leads into a spacious living room with intricately laced plaster ceiling, custom wall sconces, a brass-front decorative fireplace with Grueby-style tiles, wainscoting, and a dramatic, floor-to-ceiling Art Nouveau stained glass casement window. The renovated, windowed kitchen has marble counter tops, full ceiling-height cabinets, and all-stainless appliances, including a new Miele dishwasher and DeLonghi gas range. The windowed bathroom features gorgeous inlaid marble floors, all-glass shower, marble counter, custom cabinets, a new Toto toilet, and Restoration Hardware fixtures. The extra large bedroom has new custom City Quiet double-glazed windows, custom curtains and Roman blinds, original transom, coved ceilings, brass wall sconces, and Cole & Son Fornasetti Nuvole wallpaper mounted on the ceiling. Other features include four extraordinarily large closets, quarter-sawn inlaid parquet hardwood floors, original solid wood doors with period hardware, two new air conditioners, and an in-unit washer/dryer. The Adlon is an impeccably restored full-service pre-war building with a superior staff, bicycle storage for rent, private storage (on wait-list) and an illustrious history. Designed by George and Edward Blum, this architectural masterpiece opened in 1912 and has been home to Micky Mantle, Carroll Burnett, and a host of Broadway stars more

Bike Storage
Pets Allowed
Pied-A-Terre Allowed
Laundry in Building
Washer/Dryer Allowed
Pre-War Building
Full-Time Doorman
Laundry in Unit
Window AC
Bathroom Window
Kitchen Window
9ft Ceilings
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Sale Price
Down Payment
Mortgage Payment:
Common Charges & Taxes: $1,597

Total Monthly Payment:
Mortgage Amount $719,200
30 Year Fixed