This apartment is located in a landmark brownstone building on the top two floors. The Gramercy Park neighborhood is a quiet, quaint, formal, oasis in the heart of lower Manhattan. Many Major subway stop are only a couple of blocks away. On one of the best blocks in Gramercy Park and the downtown Manhattan area. 1800 square foot duplex.
Old world meets modern in this restored gem of Manhattan. Eleven foot ceilings with deep moldings. A restored 170 year old gem. Original parquet floors and detail. 8' high solid wood doors. Large southern facing Windows overlook Gramercy townhouse gardens and the glowing Con Edison clock tower. Modern Chefs kitchen. Soothing lighting. Crisp clean white sheets & towels.
This home is perfect for two couples or two couples with a child, or a family of four or five. There is a bedroom and a bathroom (w/shower) downstairs. The upstairs bedroom has an adjoining bedroom, or the large double doors can be used to divide the room into two. There is another full bathroom upstairs. The washer & dryer are in a closet off of the upstairs hallway.
Guest Access A key is necessary for the building front door and for entrance to the apartment.
Interaction with Guests
We will greet you at the building front door and give you a set of keys. We would love to help you with luggage on the stairs, if necessary. Most apartment amenities are pretty self explanatory, but if necessary we will be available by cellphone.
Gramercy Park... What can I say? We are hands down, historically the most beautiful downtown Manhattan neighborhood. The only private, gated park in all of Manhattan. We are close to the National Arts Club & the Players Club and a block from the Gramercy Park Hotel.
Centrally located in downtown Manhattan. We're between the Flatiron area and Union Square. A couple of blocks from the 4, 5, 6 subway line, the Union Square station and a few bus stops. If you prefer to cab it, we're a few steps to Park Ave. Citibikes are available a couple of doors down.
Other Things to Note
We are located in a gorgeous old brownstone on the 4th Floor. The stairs up aren't so gorgeous, but once you arrive it will be worth it.+ More