The Lombardy

111 East 56th Street, 803

Midtown East   |   Park Avenue & Lexington Avenue

Co-op [Full Service]
$ 695,000
Rooms 3.5
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 4,670
Financing Allowed 50%
Listing ID: 1433924

Jason Bauer

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Property Description

AMAZING OPPORTUNITY! RECOUP YOUR MONTHLY MAINTENANCE IN THIS HUGE 1-BR/2-BTH AT THE FAMED LOMBARDY HOTEL

Rarely available, front-facing, high-floor suite at the luxurious Lombardy Hotel. Don't let the maintenance concern you. This hotel apartment makes the perfect pied-?-terre when you're in town, and a great investment when you're away. The hotel rents your apartment on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis, allowing you to recoup approximately 50% of the rent. And you never have to lift a finger. The hotel handles everything -- all bookings, guest relations, paperwork and housekeeping.

This beautifully, fully-furnished, 900-square foot unit is exceptional in every way -- from its gracious layout with a true entrance foyer, to pre-war details everywhere you look. 9-foot, beamed ceilings add to the drama of a home with great bones. Both the living room and bedroom are oversized in length and width, plus each affords a wall of windows that bring in all-day southern light.

What makes this one-bedroom home so special is that it has two full bathrooms, so overnight guests are never an issue. The enormous primary bedroom has a twenty foot-long wall unit that easily accommodates a full wardrobe as well as a marble en-suite bath with walk-in shower.

Built in 1926 by William Randolph Hearst, the Lombardy Hotel has been home to legends such as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Richard Rogers, Bette Davis, and others. It offers unparalleled pre-war elegance and boutique appeal. Services at the Lombardy are unmatched and include twice daily maid service, bellman, concierge and dry cleaning services, a fitness center, business center, beauty salon, espresso bar and valet parking.

Located in the heart of Manhattan, between Park and Lexington Avenues, 111 E. 56th Street is a prime location - - only four blocks to Central Park and minutes to all of the best shopping Madison and Fifth Avenues have to offer. Minutes to the city's top museums and adjacent to the Theatre District, as well as the finest restaurants in the city. Foreign, corporate, trust and pied-?-terre purchases are welcome. Pets are allowed and 50% financing is permitted. Electricity and gas are included in the maintenance.

This is truly a property that must be seen to be fully appreciated. Showings are by appointment with 24-hour notice please.
AMAZING OPPORTUNITY! RECOUP YOUR MONTHLY MAINTENANCE IN THIS HUGE 1-BR/2-BTH AT THE FAMED LOMBARDY HOTEL

Rarely available, front-facing, high-floor suite at the luxurious Lombardy Hotel. Don't let the maintenance concern you. This hotel apartment makes the perfect pied-?-terre when you're in town, and a great investment when you're away. The hotel rents your apartment on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis, allowing you to recoup approximately 50% of the rent. And you never have to lift a finger. The hotel handles everything -- all bookings, guest relations, paperwork and housekeeping.

This beautifully, fully-furnished, 900-square foot unit is exceptional in every way -- from its gracious layout with a true entrance foyer, to pre-war details everywhere you look. 9-foot, beamed ceilings add to the drama of a home with great bones. Both the living room and bedroom are oversized in length and width, plus each affords a wall of windows that bring in all-day southern light.

What makes this one-bedroom home so special is that it has two full bathrooms, so overnight guests are never an issue. The enormous primary bedroom has a twenty foot-long wall unit that easily accommodates a full wardrobe as well as a marble en-suite bath with walk-in shower.

Built in 1926 by William Randolph Hearst, the Lombardy Hotel has been home to legends such as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Richard Rogers, Bette Davis, and others. It offers unparalleled pre-war elegance and boutique appeal. Services at the Lombardy are unmatched and include twice daily maid service, bellman, concierge and dry cleaning services, a fitness center, business center, beauty salon, espresso bar and valet parking.

Located in the heart of Manhattan, between Park and Lexington Avenues, 111 E. 56th Street is a prime location - - only four blocks to Central Park and minutes to all of the best shopping Madison and Fifth Avenues have to offer. Minutes to the city's top museums and adjacent to the Theatre District, as well as the finest restaurants in the city. Foreign, corporate, trust and pied-?-terre purchases are welcome. Pets are allowed and 50% financing is permitted. Electricity and gas are included in the maintenance.

This is truly a property that must be seen to be fully appreciated. Showings are by appointment with 24-hour notice please.

Listing Courtesy of Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

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111 East 56th Street Midtown East New York NY 10022

Building Details [111 East 56th Street]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full Service
Access Attended Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1311/5
Building Type High-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1927
Floors/Apts 21/176

Building Amenities

Business Center
Health Club
Hotel Style Service
Housekeeping
Valet Service

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