Prewar Coop Built 1923 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Beautifully renovated 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom co-op located in a wonderful prewar building on the corner of 73rd & Lexington Ave. A semi-private elevator landing opens into the apartment's spacious foyer. From here, you enter the 27' long Living Room with its wood burning fireplace and custom built-in cabinetry. New Panorama Windows highlight the open exposures over historic building rooftops with charming views that extend all the way to Park Avenue. The adjacent windowed dining room allows for a variety of table sizes and is open to the living room maximizing the space. The cleverly designed eat-in Bilotta kitchen features tremendous storage space, Subzero refrigerator & wine cooler, Wolf stove & oven, and Miele dishwasher. Facing south, natural light pours in most of the day with open views showcasing other stunning prewar building facades. A full sized washer and vented dryer is conveniently located off the kitchen. The large primary bedroom suite faces West and has 2 custom outfitted walk-in closets. The en-suite white marble bath is spacious and exquisitely appointed with double sinks, a walk in shower, and radiant heated floors. The two additional bedrooms share a connecting bath, and each have generous storage. The apartment has been meticulously, and recently, renovated in the best of taste. There are new windows from Panorama, sound insulated floors and walls, custom California Closets, and new AC/heating systems controlled by Nest. Natural light flows into the apartment throughout the day from 3 directions. 150 East 73 Street is a handsome prewar co-op building constructed in 1923, and converted to co-op in 1949. There is a full time doorman, and a live-in resident manager. It is pet friendly and 50% financing is permitted. A large storage unit conveys with the apartment. Showings by appointment.