It is a picturesque condominium from a picturesque constructing, the Art Deco co-op 444 East 52nd Street. The Beekman condominium in query belongs to the fashion photographer Paul Sinclaire, who bought it in 2014 for $.35 million. After being listed in the marketplace final 12 months with out discovering a purchaser, it’s as soon as once more up for grabs at a value of $2.195 million.
The double-top lounge is lined with huge casement home windows, darkish wooden floors and a wooden burning hearth. (All that mild makes it the right place to showcase artwork.)
The views from this condominium look out onto the terraces of The River House, the enduring co-op situated throughout the road, and prolong out to the East River.
A staircase from the sunken lounge leads as much as the “eating gallery,” each bedrooms, and an eat-in kitchen.
A renovation left the kitchen with smooth white cabinetry and fancy home equipment that embody freezer drawers in addition to a wine cooler.
Every of the 2 bedrooms has their very own ensuite baths and beneficiant closets. There’s additionally a stroll-in closet off the lobby.
The co-op has a 24-hour doorman and elevator attendant, personal storage, and a not too long ago renovated laundry room. Situated on the very japanese finish of Midtown, many of the constructing, together with this condominium, will get great views of the East River.
Photographs courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Tags : 444 East 52nd Street
Neighborhoods : Beekman