THE PALADIN, 300 East 62nd Street, 1901/2
Introducing an undeniably elegant and comfortable four-bedroom home, with three full baths, more than 2,200 square feet, and two private balconies. A duplex occupying parts of the 19th and 20th floors, this home soars above the low-rise Treadwell Farm Historic District to the west, drawing light from that direction, and from the north and south. A seamless combination of two units has yielded a floor plan ideal for everyday living as well as sophisticated entertaining. It has been fashioned to bring its residents together, yet it accommodates proper privacy and separation. Few eastside layouts enjoy such versatility. An open, bright, spacious professional grade kitchen shows off a 36-inch Sub Zero, a Garland stainless steel range with center grill and commercial hood, and Bosch dishwasher. The upper floor corner master bedroom has a separate dressing area, and can easily combine with the fourth bedroom to form a true suite. The apartment has closet space worthy of a much larger footprint, and also its own washer and externally vented dryer. Several rooms have sound-dampening windows installed, many with a soft tint. An intimate post-war residential tower built with just 110 units, the Paladin Condominium revels in its proximity to New York’s finest restaurants and retail along Madison Avenue, as well as to its value-oriented vendors on First Ave. It has a full-time doorman, an elegantly understated lobby, and additional storage. Monthly assessment of $193.67 through 12/2014.
This listing courtesy of Corcoran Group