34 West 17th Street, PH - Flatiron District, New York
Magnificent 2325 square foot full floor penthouse with three bedrooms, two and a half baths and a private 958 square foot south facing terrace with stunning views at the newly converted PaperBox Building. The key locked elevator opens to an expansive South facing open layout that is ideal for entertaining. Gracious interiors feature 5" wide plank solid oak wood floors from the Appalachian Mountains, ceilings up to twelve feet, 8ft solid core doors with Omnia hardware, high performance multi-zone heat and cooling system, large capacity vented washer/dryer by LG and each residence has been prewired for Crestron complete home automation system and surround sound. The white Italian lacquer kitchen by Scavolini is equipped with professional-grade appliances by Miele, Subzero and Bosch. Italian Carrara marble countertops with frosted glass backsplash are complemented by Dornbracht faucets. The en-suite Master bath is lavishly appointed with a Zuma deep soaking tub with separate enclosed shower, heated floors and fixtures by Fantini Rubinetti and Grohe. Spacious bedrooms, terrific closet space and streaming sunlight provide for an exceptional lifestyle. 34 West 17th street is a stunningly converted Neo Classical building that offers the luxury of owning your own impeccably designed private full floor in one of New York's most sought after neighborhoods. Amenities to meet your every need include a part time doorman, curated lobby, virtual doorman and concierge services by Virtual Way, FitLore designed fitness center with access to FitLore services, sky lounge designed by The Organic Gardener, package room with cold storage and private storage is available. Perfectly poised in the Flatiron District at the crossroads of Chelsea and Greenwich Village, The PaperBox Building is within close proximity to Union Square, Madison Square Park and historic Ladies Mile, home to New York's finest restaurants, exquisite shopping, avant garde art, culture and alluring city parks.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman