The Eldorado

300 Central Park West, 22D

Central Park West   |   West 90th Street & West 91st Street

Co-op [Full Service]
$ 7,995,000
Rooms 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 9,172
Financing Allowed 50%
Listing ID: 1001957

Jason Bauer

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Property Description

Towering above Central Park West in the coveted south tower of the historic El Dorado, this stylish ~3,000-square-foot four-bedroom full-floor residence is ringed with windows offering four corner exposures, spectacular views and glorious natural light. Originally nine rooms and now eight, 22D is entered via a private elevator landing; the elegant gallery leads to a sun-filled living room with stunning views of Central Park, the Reservoir and the City skyline. There are 10' ceilings and classic herringbone-patterned hardwood floors. With plenty of space to accommodate a happy crowd, the generously proportioned dining room sits across the gallery from the living room and enjoys westerly city views and gorgeous afternoon-to-dusk light. Both sleek and cheerful, the eat-in kitchen features crisp clean lines, superior appliances, restored St. Charles cabinetry, and sunny windows. In a thoughtful configuration ideal for entertaining, a well-equipped butler's pantry links the dining room with the kitchen. The bedroom wing offers three spacious suites, each with ample closets, en suite baths, and all with dazzling views. With its adjoining windowed half bath, the library/office could serve as well as a fourth bedroom. This wonderful collection of rooms in an easy flow also includes a smaller room adjacent to the kitchen that could serve as an additional bedroom, be incorporated into the kitchen, or function as an office or laundry room. There are new windows throughout. Designed by illustrious architect Emery Roth and constructed from 1929 to 1931, 300 Central Park West is one of the city's most renowned pre-war co-ops, one of the finest examples of early-20th-century Art Deco style in Manhattan and a fixture of the Central Park West Historic District. Residents enjoy a host of services and amenities, including 24/7 door attendants, recreation room, top-tier fitness center with half basketball court, playroom, and bicycle storage. Proximate to the B and C subways, the crosstown transverse, and multiple bus lines, the El Dorado is conveniently located on the vibrant Upper West Side. Pet friendly. 50% financing permitted. Flip tax payable by seller. Current monthly window assessment of $331.
Towering above Central Park West in the coveted south tower of the historic El Dorado, this stylish ~3,000-square-foot four-bedroom full-floor residence is ringed with windows offering four corner exposures, spectacular views and glorious natural light. Originally nine rooms and now eight, 22D is entered via a private elevator landing; the elegant gallery leads to a sun-filled living room with stunning views of Central Park, the Reservoir and the City skyline. There are 10' ceilings and classic herringbone-patterned hardwood floors. With plenty of space to accommodate a happy crowd, the generously proportioned dining room sits across the gallery from the living room and enjoys westerly city views and gorgeous afternoon-to-dusk light. Both sleek and cheerful, the eat-in kitchen features crisp clean lines, superior appliances, restored St. Charles cabinetry, and sunny windows. In a thoughtful configuration ideal for entertaining, a well-equipped butler's pantry links the dining room with the kitchen. The bedroom wing offers three spacious suites, each with ample closets, en suite baths, and all with dazzling views. With its adjoining windowed half bath, the library/office could serve as well as a fourth bedroom. This wonderful collection of rooms in an easy flow also includes a smaller room adjacent to the kitchen that could serve as an additional bedroom, be incorporated into the kitchen, or function as an office or laundry room. There are new windows throughout. Designed by illustrious architect Emery Roth and constructed from 1929 to 1931, 300 Central Park West is one of the city's most renowned pre-war co-ops, one of the finest examples of early-20th-century Art Deco style in Manhattan and a fixture of the Central Park West Historic District. Residents enjoy a host of services and amenities, including 24/7 door attendants, recreation room, top-tier fitness center with half basketball court, playroom, and bicycle storage. Proximate to the B and C subways, the crosstown transverse, and multiple bus lines, the El Dorado is conveniently located on the vibrant Upper West Side. Pet friendly. 50% financing permitted. Flip tax payable by seller. Current monthly window assessment of $331.

Listing Courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty, Inc.

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer
Washer / Dryer Hookups
300 Central Park West Central Park West New York NY 10024

Building Details [300 Central Park West]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full Service
Access Attended Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1204/29
Building Type High-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1930
Floors/Apts 30/208

Building Amenities

Basketball Court
Bike Room
Common Storage
Fitness Facility
Garage
Laundry Rooms
Playroom

Building Statistics

$ 1,596 APPSF

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