Prewar Coop Built 1928 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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PREWAR CLASSIC SIX NEW ON THE MARKET!
Erected in 1928 by the prominent architect George F. Pelham, 136 East 64th Street is located on a beautiful tree-lined landmark Upper East Side block.
Upon entering from the semi-private elevator landing, you will be graced with a spacious foyer/gallery. You will then be led into an East facing living room and formal dining room.
The gracious layout allows an ideal separation between public and private quarters. On the same side of this apartment is a large kitchen, office/staff room with an en-suite half bath that also serves as a powder room. The private quarters of this apartment have two bedrooms both with en-suite windowed bathrooms, lots of closet space, and a washer/dryer.
136 East 64th Street is a beautiful limestone and brick building with the most magnificent Grand lobby. This white-glove cooperative offers full-time staff with doormen, porters, live-in resident manager. Private storage is transferred to each apartment. The building is pet-friendly and 50% financing is allowed.