Prewar Coop Built 1923 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Located in a full-service established cooperative on East 73 Street and Lexington Avenue, this three bedroom, three bath, home has tremendous bones and is loaded with prewar charm and detail. Off a semi-private landing, the door opens to a generous gallery. To the right is the sizable living room with double exposure, a wood-burning fireplace, and gets very good light from the east and south. On the other side of the gallery is a central hallway that connect to three bedroom, dining room (now purposed as a den-hang out room), kitchen, large pantry, and staff room. The corner master bedroom has lovely views of East 73 Street, is light and bright, and has excellent closets. Two other bedrooms have good closets and share a bath. The oversized dining room also faces tree-lined 73 Street. A large windowed, eat-in-kitchen, butler's pantry and staff room complete the apartment. Currently there is combination of through the wall and window air conditioning. Ceiling height measures 9'2", there is a washer/dryer, and most of the apartment's prewar details are intact. A large storage unit comes with the apartment. Pied-a-terre ownership is permitted and pets are welcomed. The apartment has been lovingly cared for but is in need of renovation. If you are looking for a great space with abundant charm to make your own, this is it!