Pristine 3-Bedroom, 3.5-Bathroom Home Overlooking Madison Square Park
Enjoy direct views of dynamic Madison Square Park from every room of this mint-condition 3-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home, through nine windows measuring over 9 feet high. The gracious entry foyer leads to the expansive great room with an open chef’s kitchen, featuring Bianco Carrara marble counters, backsplashes, and an island with seating. SieMatic cabinets and pantry provide abundant and efficient storage. Professional grade stainless steel appliances include refrigerator with double freezer drawers and wine refrigerator by Sub-Zero, cooktop for gas and induction cooking, double wall ovens, and built-in microwave all by Wolf, and a Miele dishwasher.
The apartment’s beamed ceilings are the building’s highest, soaring to well over 11 feet. The enormous, private master suite features two large, custom-outfitted walk-in closets, and a spa-like Carrara marble bath with double vanity, soaking tub and glass-enclosed rain shower, and marble mosaic floors with radiant heat. The second and third bedrooms both also feature generous custom closets and en suite baths, one with
a walk-in glass-enclosed shower and the other with a combined shower and tub. The owner’s privacy is preserved thanks to the large powder room on the gallery, which also features a laundry room with full-sized washer and dryer.
Other luxurious details include multi-zone HVAC for separate climate control in every room, Nanz door hardware, wide-plank white oak floors throughout, and electric shades on all windows, including black- outs in the master.
Services and amenities at 10 Madison Square West: 10,000-square- foot residents’ club (fitness center managed by The Wright Fit, 60-foot heated lap pool, hot tub, yoga and pilates studios, spa treatment room, locker rooms with steam and sauna), children’s playroom, private courtyard garden, doorman, porter and resident manager, 24-hour concierge, resident storage units, and secured bicycle storage. 10 Madison Square West is ideally situated across from its namesake park, where the vibrant Flatiron and NoMad neighborhoods meet, near gourmet food stores and markets, Lower Fifth Avenue shopping, transportation, and restaurants and cafes serving a wide variety of cuisines.