Prewar Coop Built 1924 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
1 of 14
This high floor apartment is now 13-into-10 rooms and while it has been updated, it still retains its prewar grandeur. The apartment has a private elevator landing and four exposures with views and light all day. There are five bedrooms plus a library, three and a half renovated bathrooms, living room, dining room, home office, laundry room and an oversized renovated eat-in-kitchen. The generous entrance gallery invites you into a bookshelf-lined library and a gracious living room with a wood burning fireplace which then leads to a large dining room with space to seat fourteen. The master bedroom sits on one of the corners facing both South and West with another wood burning fireplace. There are four other bedrooms each with shared bathrooms and abundant closet space. The renovated open kitchen faces North and East over All Soul's Church and is outfitted with all top of the line stainless steel appliances. There is thru-wall air conditioning throughout. Originally built in 1924 from architectural plans from Rouse & Goldstone as a 15-story cooperative with one apartment per floor. The building has a reasonable maintenance thanks to the commercial space on Lexington Avenue which pays rent to the coop. A renovated storage closet conveys with the apartment and the building has a new windowed gym. The building allows 50% financing and is pet friendly.