You can’t beat the centralized Silicon Valley location or the beautifully remodeled interior of this Sunnyvale condominium.
Located in the highly desirable location at E. El Camino Real, this completely remodeled condominium showcases a stylish , square feet of living space on two levels. There are three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms including a possible income-producing rental from an upper level master suite with a private entry.
The quiet setting, set back from the street, is also incredibly convenient since it’s just minutes from the Apple campus, Google shuttle and Caltrain Station. The property is also close to the Sunnyvale Community Center, Ponderosa Park, numerous downtown shopping and dining options, as well as the popular Sunnyvale Farmers Market at Murphy Avenue at Washington held year-round on Saturdays from a.m. to p.m.
The beautifully updated interior features wide-plank wood floors, plantation shutters, fresh interior paint, crown molding, stylish light fixtures and recessed lighting. Updated bathrooms feature quartz counters, contemporary chrome fixtures and tile including a vertical band of decorative tile in the shower surrounds.
This remodeled condo features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.
In addition to a spacious living room on the main level is an eat-in kitchen with new quartz counters and breakfast bar, marble linear tile backsplash, stainless appliances including a built-in microwave over the range, soft-close cabinetry, stainless sink, pull-down faucet, and walk-in pantry. There is also fabulous flexible space to create an office nook or casual sitting area near the sliding glass door that offers access to the balcony. A powder room is also on the main level. This updated space has a decorative basketweave tile floor and quartz counter.
Upstairs are three bedrooms including the master suite with a bathroom with a dual-sink vanity. All the bedrooms have new sliding mirrored closet doors, and new plush carpeting.
Just one flight up, this attractive end unit is close to the stairs and elevator. Each unit has one assigned parking space in the covered and gated garage in addition to a nearby assigned storage unit.
Located directly across Fifth Avenue from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the -story apartment building, which was reportedly once lived in by actress— and later Princess of Monaco—Grace Kelly, was designed by leading architect J.E.R. Carpenter in .
“The holy grail of New York City architecture are the grand scale pre-war buildings,” the premier buildings being those designed by Carpenter and his predecessor Rosario Candela, said listing agent Dan Kessler, who listed the property along with Byron Anderson of Compass.
“Only two of Carpenter’s buildings have been converted into condos and only one of those buildings is on Fifth Avenue,” Kessler said. Condo ownership presents more flexibility than owning a co-op or an apartment, he added. Condos boards are also more open to foreign buyers.
The wedding cake-style building has multiple distinct tiers decreasing in square footage as the floors increase. This penthouse sits on the penultimate floor of the first tier. “It’s the highest you can be with the largest floor plan,” Kessler said.
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The four-bedroom apartment—one of just units in the building—is being sold by a former Morgan Stanley executive who purchased the home in for $. million, property records show.
Spanning , square feet, and entered through a marble-clad private elevator landing, the home has a living room with a wood-burning fireplace and windows looking out over the museum and across Central Park, according to the listing.
There is also a French-polished mahogany library, a formal dining room, a kitchen with an adjacent breakfast room, and separate staff quarters.
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The Fifth Avenue building has been “home to prominent New Yorkers from the beginning,” the listing said.
Along with Kelly—who reportedly lived there prior to her marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco—it was also home to Sylvia Green Wilks, the daughter of Wall Street scion Hetty Green, according to the listing. Green Wilks reportedly lived across two floors of the building, using one for her home and the other to store her surplus furniture.
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