101 W 79th Stree, Park Belvedere

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Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10024
PRICE REDUCED!! Beautiful High rise and post-war building. Two Bedroom, two Bathroom apartment with absolutely unobstructed views. Depicting luxury at every corner. Stunning panoramic sights of Central Park from each room. This apartment was meticulously renovated striving for perfection. Built according to the highest and most impeccable standards. Warm herringbone floors and Venetian plaster walls. Enameled lava stone counter opens from the windowed kitchen to the dining area. Top of the line finishes and appliances include Viking stove, Sub Zero refrigerator, glass subway tile and gorgeous custom cabinets. The master bedroom has a large walk in closet and en suite marble bath. The second bedroom has beautiful built in cabinetry. The millwork throughout created by master craftsmen. Other details include two full baths, all hvac units built in with Carrera sills, polished nickel hardware with bullet hinges. Full service condominium located in the best area of Upper West Side neighborhood, filled

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