A rare opportunity in a boutique prewar building on lower Fifth Avenue: an elegant, renovated, two bedroom apartment, whose seven windows look west, affording uninterrupted views of the historic Presbyterian church and its surrounding gardens.
Enter down a dramatic hallway, and you are greeted by the large, light-filled living and dining room. Off the latter is a new, windowed kitchen with ample counter space, a hooded, Viking stove that vents to the outside, a dishwasher and a fridge. A breakfast nook nestles next to its central island.
The library, which occupies the second bedroom, looks west above the birch and dogwood trees in the building's own garden. Behind is the very spacious master bedroom and opening from it is a separate laundry room, which, with Board approval, could be converted to a second bathroom. Closets are abundant, including a large, walk-in storage space off the entry hallway. Astonishingly quiet, the apartment promises both style and comfort, and a window on to New York that's unparalleled.