Prewar Coop Built 1928 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Incredibly special triple mint, turn-key home in one of the most desirable locations on the Upper East Side. This split 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment recently underwent a gut renovation and boasts modern conveniences while simultaneously maintaining its prewar integrity. Located off a semi-private elevator landing, the formal entry foyer leads into a graciously-sized sun-flooded living room that faces south over trees and charming townhouse gardens. The windowed kitchen boasts an abundance of storage, soapstone countertops and top of the line appliances including a Sub-Zero glass front fridge, Wolf range and Miele washer/dryer. The oversized Master Bedroom is a bright and quiet retreat with 2 large outfitted closets and a windowed bath en suite. Other features include new 5-inch plank walnut floors, coffered ceilings, new windows, new electric, new Hvac systems, radiant heat floors in both bathrooms and automatic closet lights. Truly no detail was overlooked in this spectacular renovation. Built in 1928 as a co-op, 160 East 72nd Street is a coveted full service building with mainly full floor apartments. A storage room in the basement transfers with the sale. This convenient location is only a few short blocks from Central Park, Museum Mile, the Q Subway station, Equinox and many of the finest Upper East Side shops and restaurants.