There’s nothing like an ugly duckling wearing pearls.
Woe to the seller of a gorgeous apartment in a building that offends its neighbors and hurts the eyes.
Such it is with a sparkling and stylish top-floor duplex on a Central Park block in the very low 90s.
Virtually nothing about the co-op could be better. For one thing, there is a 400-sf roof deck overlooking the block’s lovely interior and not hemmed in by taller buildings.
Other qualities include lavish floors of Brazilian teak, numerous harmonious built-ins, a wonderful open kitchen with two sinks and top-end appliances, baths of uncommon beauty, terrific use of space, washer/dryer, through-wall air conditioning, excellent closet space, master suite on its own floor and an invitingly warm ambiance.
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