A Light-Filled and Classic Carnegie Hill Co-Op Wants $4.6M
While there is currently tons of buzz about real estate trends, both reflecting on 2021 and looking ahead to 2022, let’s stop for a moment to look at what’s timeless. Great natural light is no fad, it’s one of those wish list items for buyers that never goes out of style. And, this Carnegie Hill co-op asking $4.575 million has plenty of sunshine to smile about.
Sitting on the 16th floor of a full-service, circa-1929 building at 1095 Park Avenue, it’s like being up in your own world. On top of the six-room spread offering generously sized spaces, it has glass doors that open to tranquil outdoor spaces. From the dining room and living room, one can step out onto the expansive leafy terrace. Then, the primary suite has its own Juliette balcony prestigiously perched high above Park Avenue for private moments of appreciating the city’s sights and sounds.
During winter, as the frosty temperatures make outdoor habitats less appealing, it’s the living room fireplace that will really shine. Imagine curling up with a good book beside it while natural light floods in and the hearth crackles, the epitome of coziness.
With just two bedrooms, this classic Manhattan apartment is more of a relaxing sanctuary than a hosting hotspot. Harriet Kaufman of Warburg Realty has the listing.