In under a year, Douglas Elliman’s Eklund-Gomes Team has successfully sold nearly all units at 250 East 21st Street in the charming Gramercy neighborhood. With closings having commenced and the building already 90% sold, you have a chance to get an exclusive first look inside this success story.
With its elegant architecture by Issac & Stern Architects, 250 East 21st Street looks like nothing else in the neighborhood with interiors and an exterior that are absolutely stunning boasting European charm. The building, which draws inspiration from the European charm of Gramercy Park, features a timeless hand-laid limestone facade, oversized windows, a striking Mansard crown, customized decorative metal accents, and a cascade of landscaped gardens.
Now, 250 East 21st Street offers a first look inside with Residence 10B – a four-bed three-and-a-half-bedroom apartment on the market for $6,995,000. With interiors by Paris Forino and furnished by Ash Staging, a division of Ash NYC, this residence spans 2,468 square feet in addition to an outdoor terrace and boasts hand-laid White Oak herringbone wood floors, custom wall paneling, and oversized windows.
A long hall guides you toward the main living space. There is a sleek marble console table, a brass and black metal table lamp, and a set of abstract brass mirrors. The open living and dining room features custom ribbon chairs in charcoal fabric by Ash. A black and white stone cocktail table anchors the seating area and draws in the eye with its unique bone inlay detail.
The adjacent dining area boasts chairs upholstered in warm ivory fabric and a solid walnut table with a large-scale chandelier by Roll & Hill above. The various warm tones in both the wood and upholstery throughout the space contrast with and complement the soft blue cabinetry in the nearby kitchen.
The primary bedroom features black and tan wallpapered and ebony ceiling. The linen slipcovered bed is dressed with a simple coverlet and a thick black blanket. Black and walnut nightstands by Kelly Wearstler are paired with Serge Mouille sconces. A Jeanneret-style bench at the foot of the bed adds a natural element to the space with its rattan detailing.
The child’s bedroom has floral wallpaper, tones of blush and sienna throughout the room. The guest bedroom evokes a bold look to the contemporary space, and in the study, a sofa in the style of Edward Wormley adds depth with its rich chocolate velvet upholstery.
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