Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Rarely available, this lovely prewar co-op is quite different from other apartment buildings in this very upscale neighborhood. This full service, 24 hour doorman building was built by renowned architect Lafayette A. Goldstone in 1928. The intimate, 30 apartment building has a live-in superintendent and is located on a beautiful, tree-lined block. It has the elegant feeling of a small community in the middle of New York City. The building also features a fitness room and a quiet backyard patio. Situated on the fourth floor with lovely tree views, the apartment is very special with details and charm that are only available in buildings from this era. There are two spacious bedrooms, 2 full baths and a formal dining room. Two beautiful windows let the light pour into the 20' by 18' living room and a working wood-burning fireplace adds to its warmth. A welcoming, easy to work in windowed kitchen and windowed bath complete the space. Each apartment comes with a spacious basement storage unit. High ceilings, wonderful hardwood floors throughout and an elegant layout make this the perfect full-time residence or pied-a-terre.