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Lower Fifth Avenue Prewar Gem

Be mesmerized by the stunning renovation of this two bedroom apartment located in lower Fifth Avenue’s finest full service cooperative with 24 hour doormen and elevator attendants!

A unique combination of contemporary style with classic pre-war elements, this luxurious home includes a gracious entry foyer, elegant living room with wood burning fireplace, state of the art windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar, Viking stove, Fisher and Paykel dishwasher, and Sub Zero refrigerator. It also includes two well-proportioned bedrooms with extensive closet space and en-suite bathrooms. There is custom cabinetry throughout, generous storage space, a central AC system, new windows, washer/dryer, a built in sound system, and charming tree top views.

In triple mint condition, move right in to this perfect home!

Located on the south-west corner of Fifth Avenue and 11th Street, 40 Fifth Avenue is a 15 story Neo-Georgian apartment house completed in 1929. It has been described by Paul Goldberger, an architecture critic for the New York Times, as a Park Avenue Building that must have come loose in a storm and dropped anchor down here.

Sold and Closed

Property Information:

  Apartment Type: Cooperative
  Bedrooms: Two
  Bathrooms: Two
  Condition: Excellent
  Showing Times: Mon to Fri - 9am to 5pm
  Approximate Area: Greenwich Village


  Fireplace: Woodburning
  Exposures: North and South

Building Information:

  Doorman: 24 Hour Doorman

Financial Information:

  Asking Price: $3,495,000
  Maintenance: $2,436.45
  Cash Requirement: 50% Cash Down
  Real Estate Tax: $0


Kim Glisker Robilotti

All information is furnished from sources deemed reliable and is subject to errors, ommissions, change of price, terms and conditions, prior sale or withdrawal from notice. No representation is made to the accuracy of any of the information submitted. All square footages and dimensions are approximate. For exact area or dimensions, you must hire your own architect, designer or engineer.