Welcome to 6A6B, an 8-room, 4 bedroom pre-war co-op home in the landmarked Manhasset. Occupying the entire southeastern corner of the 6th floor, this magnificent residence encompasses approximately 2024 square feet of living space with soaring 9-foot 9-inch ceilings. Bask in abundant natural light and views from all three sides: east, south, and west, including a breathtaking boulevard vista over Straus Park, Broadway, and West End Avenue to the Midtown skyline.
The unusually spacious rooms, hardwood floors, and intelligently designed built-ins, provide both elegance and functionality. The fabulous flow of the layout is perfect for both everyday living and entertaining, elevating the quality of your lifestyle to new heights.
Indulge your culinary passions in the expansive windowed kitchen, featuring ample cabinets, generous counter space, and a walk-in pantry. The U-shaped layout, with the sink perfectly positioned under a window, enhances your cooking experience. The enormous living-dining room, bathed in eastern sunlight is an ideal setting for hosting gatherings or enjoying quiet moments of relaxation.
The generously sized 4 bedrooms offer comfort and tranquility.Two of the bedrooms are on a corners with windows on two sides. The fourth bedroom (16'10" x 16'3"), now the home office, can be used however you wish..a bedroom, second living room, library, den or guest room.
Currently, there are two windowed full bathrooms. The bathroom adjacent to the primary bedroom offers the opportunity to create a third full bathroom with board approval.
A huge quality of life enhancement, seldom found in a Manhattan apartment, is the windowed laundry room complete with a side-by-side full-sized washer and dryer, a sink, and exceptional floor to ceiling storage solutions.
The Manhasset is a financially sound cooperative serviced by a live-in super, porters, on-premises overnight security guard, and video intercom. It has 2 elevators on each side, two bike rooms, a laundry room, sub-metered electricity, and both Spectrum and Fios in the building. Built between 1899 and 1904, with its prominent copper trimmed French mansard roof, the Manhasset is a landmarked Beaux-Arts masterpiece and one of the most visually distinctive buildings in Manhattan. The #1 train is 2 blocks away as are the #4, #5, and #60 bus stops. The #104 bus is less than a block away. Riverside Park is at the west end of the block. Central Park is 4 blocks to the east. Universities, colleges, private and public schools, restaurants, gourmet markets and music venues are integral parts of this vibrant Upper West Side neighborhood.
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