425 W 53rd Street (PH-4 The Dillon) •  $3,500,000  •  Sq. Ft. 1,854  •  3 Bedrooms 3 Bath

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Features:
 
  • RE Taxes:  $897/mo.

  • Dynamic three-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex

  • Skyline views with multiple exposures and a private roof deck.

  • Chef’s kitchen equipped with custom cabinetry, under-cabinet lighting, honed white quartz countertops, Liebherr,
    refrigerator and a Miele appliance package that includes a 4-bunner gas cooktop, convention oven, combination convection/microwave oven and dishwasher. 

  • Master bathroom includes Thassos marble flooring, Corian countertops and a Hansgrohe rain shower, a walk-in California closet

  • Wide plank hardwood flooring

  • Thermostatically-controlled HVAC system

  • Ample closets

  • Large capacity Bosch washer/dryer. 

  • Very low taxes due to the 421-A tax abatement.

  • Walking distance of Central Park, the Hudson River Park, Broadway theaters, Lincoln Center, the Museum of Modern Art, subway lines and the Midtown Financial Center.  

  • 24-hour Doormen, Hotel-Level Concierge Service, Landscaped Garden with panoramic sky views, fitness center, play room and On-site Parking. Full-time Live-in Resident Manager, Bicycle and Stroller Storage.

 

 

 

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