206 EAST 95TH STREET, #15A

206 East 95th Street, #15A

ListingID: 482049 | Type: Condominium
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Bedrooms: 2  |  Baths: 2
Ft2/Mt2: 990/92 (aprx)
Post-war | Doorman | Virtual Doorman | Elevator | Pets allowed | Health club | Laundry room | Storage room | New construction
Balcony | Dishwasher | Fireplace | Granite kitchen | Hardwood floors | Outdoor space



Perfect for entertaining, this 2-bedroom/2 bathroom urban sanctuary at The Omni Condominium offers private outdoor space and triple city views. Start with the living room, which has enough space for a dining table and a formal seating area. Enjoy a wine refrigerator and an electric fireplace in a stunning built in display cabinet. Morning coffee can be peacefully enjoyed on the open air patio off the living room with nobody above. Views include the East River, the Triboro Bridge, and a beautiful sunny southern exposure through endless windows. With just 2 apartments on a floor, the views from the coveted A line will never change. The master bedroom features a southern exposure with built in closets throughout and an ensuite spa bathroom. The second bedroom is currently used as an office but includes a custom designed murphy bed for guests, which will remain upon request. This bedroom has a large eastern exposure viewing the east river and a northern exposure that is unobstructed by neighboring buildings.
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