1280 Fifth Avenue, Apt 19G
A chef's windowed open kitchen with views that abound offers granite countertops with oversized top-of-the-line seamless wood cabinetry and copious storage and counter space. Additionally featuring a double-wide stainless steel sink with garbage disposal, double-door Thermador fridge and freezer, Thermador oven with 5-burner range with Miele hood, and Bosch dishwasher.
The storage in this home is immense with 7 over-sized closets, and a 3'6" wide x 4'0" deep x 8'0" high private storage bin in the basement. private storage bin in the basement. The floors are beautiful planked hardwood oak, and there are hefty hard-wood doors throughout. The McQuay central heat and a/c systems in 4 zones allow complete control of your temperature.
The three large bathrooms each contain beautiful marble floors, marble countertops, a tremendous amount of storage, and top-of-the-line fixtures such as Kohler and Toto. The spa-like five-fixture master is nestled beside the private master suite, and one of the three bathrooms houses a washer/dryer in its closet.
One Museum Mile was designed by Starchitect Robert A.M. Stern and built by Bruce Brickman and Sidney Fetner in 2010. As residents enter, they are greeted with a stunning 44-foot long alabaster-inspired art glass wall installation by Weil Studio and famed architect Andre Kikoski who also designed the building's interiors. Central Park is your backyard with the Conservatory Garden and Harlem Meer just steps away. The white glove service in this condominium cannot be surpassed with 24-hour doorman, on-site resident manager, and concierge services, two stunning landscaped roof decks with grills and a heated outdoor pool which rivals SoHo House. There is a newly renovated residents' lounge with fireplace, a state-of-the-art fitness center, children's playroom, teen room, poker/card/game room, 20-seat formal dining room with Central Park views, a fully equipped catering kitchen, bicycle storage, cold storage, and an on-site garage. One Museum Mile provides convenient access to world-famous Museums, restaurants, and shopping, as well as the best private schools, hospitals, and the 2,3,4 and 6 subway lines and multiple bus lines.
One Museum Mile was built upon The African Center, formally known as the Museum for African Art. Since its grand opening in 1984, the museum is dedicated to raising awareness around African history and art. The Museum is also well known for the Teranga Cafe which serves West African cuisine to guests and residents ensuring the rich and diverse African culture is not lost.
Please note that there is a 421a tax abatement in place until 2022. Without the abatement, taxes for a primary homeowner would be $1,917.79 per month and for a secondary homeowner, they would be $2,324.60 per month.