435 E 52nd St # 12B, New York, NY 10022

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Sold: $6,650,000
Sold on 06/14/13
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CONTRACT SIGNED Breathtaking River Views and Terraces in Legendary River House Grand and elegant 9 Room home with inspiring river and city views unsurpassed even for this premier co-op. Private elevator landing, opens to a lovely gallery complete with powder room. Gallery leads to a magnificent 32' by 25' foot living room with wood burning fireplace 10'foot ceilings and sweeping East River views. Elegant dining room adjoins, facing west with expansive city views. Living room and dining room combine to create 55' feet of entertaining space. Renovated eat-in kitchen with breakfast room, 2 Subzero refrigerators, Wolf stove. Butler pantry features mahogany countertops and antiqued mirrored backsplash. Private quarters boast 4 bedrooms, en suite baths, surrounded by lovely, boxwood-filled planting terraces. Oversized corner master suite with separate windowed dressing room, massive closets, river views both east and south. Bedrooms face directly south with spectacular views down the East River of the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. Designed by Bottomley, Wagner & White in 1931, River House is an art deco masterpiece with a storied history. Today, the building continues its tradition as one of the city's, if not the world's, leading co-ops, combining old world elegance with premier amenities. River House is self-managed with 36 staff for 75 apartments. Additional amenities include: Miranda Brooks-designed gardens, motor court, private lawn and playset, dining and catering from River Club, staff rooms for rent, chauffeur room, ample private storage and much more. A unique opportunity to own a truly special home in one of New York's most revered buildings.. Approx: 3800 sq. ft. CONTRACT SIGNED.  More Less 


  • Cooperative
  • Built in 1931
  • Last sold: Jun 2013 for $6,650,000


  • Parcel #: 1364002200435000000012B
  • Zillow Home ID: 72539573

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    # 23C$9.45M------
    # 1617$9.45M------
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    # 11D$9.41M------
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