Awe-Inspiring Views and Terrace Retreat!
Prepare to be captivated by the awe-inspiring views and the terrace that awaits you at The Southgate, a Pre-War Emery Roth Building. Step into this high-floor exquisite prewar studio, embodying the essence of New York City living.
Upon entering, you'll be welcomed by a generous foyer adorned with a spacious closet, providing ample storage for your belongings. Bathed in abundant south-facing natural light, the studio features a full wall of windows that not only illuminate the space but also grant access to the magnificent terrace spanning the entire width of the apartment.
As you step onto the terrace, you'll be mesmerized by the panoramic views of the East River. Watch boats glide by and marvel at the vast city panorama, creating an idyllic setting perfect for al fresco dining, sipping cocktails, enjoying a leisurely breakfast, or simply immersing yourself in the tranquility of your own private oasis.
The separate windowed kitchen, complete with a dishwasher, seamlessly combines practicality and style. The dining alcove offers a versatile area that can serve as a cozy space to savor meals or as a charming home office. A dedicated dressing area off the windowed bathroom, accompanied by a large closet, ensures your wardrobe remains impeccably organized and easily accessible. Additionally, this unit comes with a separate storage space.
With its harmonious blend of classic charm and modern comfort, this prewar studio epitomizes the allure of city living. Immerse yourself in a thoughtfully designed layout that maximizes space and functionality, providing a haven of relaxation and serenity amid the bustling metropolis.
Experience the rich history of The Southgate and embrace the unparalleled lifestyle it offers. From the captivating views to the terrace retreat, this prewar studio is a testament to the timeless allure of New York City living. Don't miss the opportunity to make this extraordinary residence your own, whether you're seeking a Pied-ô-terre or a primary residence.
Southgate is one of five buildings constructed in the late 1920s and early 1930s by Bing and Bing Development. It was converted to a Co-op in 1987. The building features fulltime doorman services, a beautifully planted garden, a Bike Room and a Laundry Room. Maintenance includes electric, and financing is allowed up to 80%.
Situated on a quiet dead-end street with a cul-de-sac overlooking the beautiful East River, The Southgate offers the charm of the Sutton Place/Beekman neighborhoods. Enjoy the