Prewar Coop Built 1910 in
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Gorgeous views of the park are one of the many distinctive features of this sophisticated apartment at One Lexington Avenue, Gramercy Park's most signifcant pre-war coop. Elegantly and stylishly renovated throughout, this two bedroom apartment has remarkable grandeur and scale. An entry foyer leads to a gourmet kitchen with modern appliances and European flair, and an elegant formal dining room with the luxurious glamour of a bygone era. The show stopper is one of the great pre-war living rooms downtown, with an incredible 28-foot expanse of south-facing windows onto the lush plantings of Gramercy Park and the cityscape beyond. This stunning living room has ten foot ceilings, exquisite moldings, custom bookcases, and a Neo-Classical wood-burning fireplace. Ample enough for several seating areas, this gorgeous salon has wonderful south light and gracious proportions. The primary bedroom, with a bay window and heated marble floors, also has a wood burning fireplace, and the primary bathroom, fitted with Waterworks throughout, has a soaking tub, radiant floors, separate shower, and the feel of a swank London boutique hotel. The apartment is centrally air conditioned throughout, and is in absolutely gorgeous mint condition. An impeccably renovated office (former maid's room) is available to rent. One Lexington Avenue was designed in 1910 by architect Herbert Lucas as an early New York cooperative apartment for sophisticated living. This twelve-story intimate building has a beautiful limestone and brick faade, an elegant and historic marble lobby entered through a grand portico, and a wood-paneled, attended elevator with inlaid floors. All apartments also come with dedicated storage rooms. Pets and washer dryers permitted. No flip tax.