Prewar Coop Built 1923 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Beautifully located at East 73rd and Lexington, this generously-sized 7 room prewar apartment is on a semi-private landing. There is a sunny, quiet living room with a wood-burning fireplace facing West, adjacent to a gracious formal dining room. The light-filled master bedroom with renovated bath and dressing area has two large closets. The second bedroom has an en suite partially renovated bath. Renovated kitchen and pantry are bracketed by two staff rooms, one now used as an office and the other as a laundry room. There is an attractively renovated powder room (which could be expanded to a full bath). Overall the apartment is in excellent, move-in condition and offers flexibility in the floorplan should a reconfiguration be desirable. Conveys with storage cage.Completed in 1923 by the distinguished architectural firm of Cross and Cross, 150 East 73rd has a colonial revival facade and was one of the first apartment buildings in the 72nd Street and Lexington corridor. Pet friendly and pied-a-terre is case by case. Showings are Monday to Friday only, by appointment.