301 East 50th Street, 7C - Turtle Bay, New York
Immediate occupancy. Beautiful 1,459 SF two bedroom, two and one half bath double corner residence at 301 East 50th Street. Gracious interiors feature 5" wide plank solid oak wood floors, 10' ceilings, 8' solid core doors, high performance multi-zone heat and cooling system, motorized shades, side-by-side Bosch washer/dryers, and city-quiet low-e glass windows. The CookFox designed kitchen is equipped with professional-grade Gaggenau appliances, Dornbracht faucet with filtered instant hot/cold water spout and U-line wine refrigerator, and is complemented by Caesarstone countertops and Bianco Dolemiti marble backsplash. The en-suite Master bath is lavishly appointed with Bianco Dolomiti marble, Waterworks bath and fixtures, Calacatta Gold bow-tie mosaic flooring, and lighting fixtures designed by CookFox. The additional bathroom and a powder room offer Waterworks bath and fixtures and mosaic white marble or limestone flooring. Spacious bedrooms, a stately foyer and gallery and streaming sunlight provide for an exceptional lifestyle.301 East 50th Street, a stunning new 29 story luxury limestone condominium, offers a timeless yet contemporary approach to living. Designed by CookFox, this full-service building displays an incredible range of amenities to meet your every need, including 24-hour doorman and concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center with soaring ceilings, elegant spa with private treatment room, steam room, sauna, tea lounge and a terrace/yoga deck, all complimentary for residents. Additional central laundry room, cold storage, pet grooming room and bike storage are also available. State of the art air filtration and storm ready features for peace of mind. Poised between the quiet residential enclaves of Sutton and Beekman place, 301 East 50th Street is steps from both the natural beauty of the East River as well as the cosmopolitan centers of business and all the conveniences that midtown Manhattan delivers. 421A/Tax Abatement pending.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman