Beautifully reimagined one bed in Sunset Park Finnish coop!
You've never seen a renovation like this. The floorplan of this home has been gutted and redesigned to create a spacious, flowing oasis of versatile layout and designer finishes. Bamboo composite hardwood floors throughout, with Bertazzoni and Bosch appliances in the windowed kitchen. Induction stovetop, the professional chef's favorite, saves energy and allows for degree-exact temperature control. Seamless flow from half-open kitchen to spacious living room, to perfect dining alcove, maximising space and usage. Bedroom has been designed to allow any size bed, with walk-in closet, and midday sun streaming across the floor through oversized windows. The spa-like bath features custom tile, stone and wood panel, and designer fixtures. Full pre-war detail, from high ceilings and exposed brick, to through-wall ice-box and iron masonry bolts, have been preserved and highlighted by recessed lighting throughout the home.
4401 4th Ave, one of Sunset Park's few remaining original Finnish coops, is self-managed and pet-friendly with low maintenance, 20-units, an outdoor courtyard, bike storage, and a free storage unit that transfers with the home. Sublets, gifting, and co-purchasing allowed. Located one block from the N,R, W lines and a half-hour subway to Union Square. Also, one block from Sunset Park green space and community pool, three-quarters of a mile from Industry City shopping, including Whole Foods, Costco, and West Elm. Three large supermarkets located within two blocks. New restaurants and bars opening up every year make for excellent quality of life and promising home value.
Come see this impeccably designed home and burgeoning neighborhood!
Beekman Place / Sutton Place
Midtown buyers covet Beekman Place and Sutton Place for their private and quiet tree-lined, one-way streets ending in cul-de-sacs along the East River, disallowing through-traffic in the neighborhoods. A haven for mid-20th century titans of entertainment and politics, the Kennedys, Marilyn Monroe, Sammy Davis Jr, and Michael Jackson all had homes in these secluded neighborhoods, which span only 11 blocks between them. The combined neighborhoods house around 10,000 New Yorkers, 49% of which are homeowners. 177 homes have sold in the neighborhoods in the past three months at an average price of $1.27m, and there are currently 78 homes available for sale.