Welcome to 3F at Beekman Terrace, a boutique doorman coop that surrounds lovely gardens and allows for a magical entrance. This spacious two bedroom, two bath beauty can easily convert into a generous three bedroom home. This spacious living room has picture windows to the south and east, allowing in gorgeous sunlight and a fantastic view of the East River and downtown Manhattan. There is a bonus of a woodburning fireplace that can be reopened to add to the charm of this prewar gem. The windowed kitchen has a Sub Zero refrigerator, LG stove and Kitchen Aid dishwasher.
The primary bedroom faces south with treetop and river views, en-suite bathroom and spacious dressing area and built in wardrobes. The current second bedroom is off the entrance foyer and has a built in desk and faces the back of the building for complete quiet. There is a second full bath to service this bedroom and could also serve as the powder room. Your architect can show how it would be very easy to add a third bedroom. The apartment has 9'1" ceilings, herringbone wood floors, thru the wall AC and comes with a storage unit.
Beekman Terrace is a full-service building, built in 1924 by the renowned architect, James. E.R. Carpenter. The boutique prewar building of just 36 units is at the end of 51st Street, just above the walking path along the East River. The building has several entrances off the beautiful gardens and has a stunning roof garden with views and gym.