$ 1,675,000 | 1 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | 790 sq. ft.
add to favorites
About this property
THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD. Built in 1921 by renowned pre-war architectural firm Rouse & Goldstone, specialists in luxury apartment houses, the apartment is in mint condition following a complete restoration and renovation.
Architect Armand LeGardeur, formerly associate partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, reimagined a highly efficient floor plan and interior designer Barrie Benson created one-of-a-kind finishes throughout – both with an extreme attention to detail.
The apartment is situated in the very best location of downtown Manhattan, steps from Washington Square Park and adjacent to New York University. Today the neighborhood is the home of world-renowned institutions of culture and learning, the city’s best restaurants, green market, shopping, and nightlife.
The eat-in chef’s kitchen has Carrera marble countertops, custom made cabinets, a farmhouse sink and a leather desk. The owner installed new plumbing and wiring, complete with HDMI, through-the-wall air conditioners and new radiators with custom grates and covers, double pane sound blocking windows, sub-floor and hardwoods, a new fire-proof front door, all new lighting with dimmers, custom made shades, and new cabinetry in the kitchen, closets, and living room.
Downtown, in the Central and Greenwich Village, the exceptionally desirable ‘Gold Coast’ has been in high demand for longer than any other area of New York City, and 25 Fifth Avenue is the sole condominium building here.