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243 West 60th Street, 6b
US $2,550,000
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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • In-City
  • Elevator
  • City / Strip
  • Hardwood
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Tennis Courts
  • Security System
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Area Pool
  • Storage Area
  • Security System
  • Metropolitan
  • Pool
  • Central A/C
  • Dryer
Property description
A superb blend of intimacy and luxury, The Adagio 60 is one of the most exceptional developments on the Manhattan West Side, conceived by renowned architect and designer Andres Escobar. It sits one block away from the New Riverside Park. This one of kind mint conditions 2 bedroom / convertible 3 is over 1,600 square feet and it is currently configured as a large 2 Bedroom 2.5 Bathrooms with a spacious dining area. The apartment boasts ample room for entertainment accented by Ipe Brazilian hardwood floors, bright southern exposure thru floor to ceiling windows and 11.4 ft ceilings; ample closet space includes a huge walk-in in the primary bedroom and customized closets throughout. The Allmilmo Kitchen has Caesar stone counter tops, Sub-Zero, Bosch, Miele and Gaggenau appliances which are complimented by Dornbracht fixtures.The Primary Bathroom features a Zuma soaking tub, radiant heated limestone floors, Statuary Venatino marble, Thassos marble walls, Wenge vanities, double sinks and plenty of storage and counter space. The breathtaking lobby is designed with Silken Faun Quartz and Macassar Ebony, luxurious custom leather benches and a sandstone fireplace creating a world of dramatic elegance and sophistication. Building amenities include: State of the art fitness center with yoga room, indoor pool, outdoor tennis court, private storage, bicycle room, parking, full time doorman and resident manager. A very large storage unit is included with the purchase. Welcome Home!

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243 West 60th Street 6B, New York, New York, United States
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