Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Rarely is there a PERFECT apartment on the market with a brand new top level renovation in the most exquisite taste. The total makeover of this enormous six (now five) room apartment has left no detail unattended – from the step-down living room/dining room with a wood burning fireplace to the informal living/media room (formerly the formal dining room) with an elegant wet bar, to the chef's eat-in kitchen with top of the line Gaggenau ovens, Subzero refrigerator and Wolf cook top, an over sized primary bedroom with an elegant and well-designed marble bath and huge closets, to the second equally spacious bedroom with a lovely marble bath. There's a very special & elegant powder room, a large laundry room with special apartment Miele washer and vent less dryer, multi-zoned central air, very special decorative hardware throughout, fitted closets, high ceilings, new windows, and lovely sunny exposures. No detail has been overlooked. This apartment is truly a MUST SEE.
180 East 79th Street is a premiere Art Deco building constructed in 1929 and converted to a co-op in 1967. It features a limestone and brick façade and an elegant lobby. The building offers its residents a full array of services by an attentive staff, including 24-hour doormen and hall assistants, and a live-in resident manager. Amenities include a large common laundry room and fitness center, both recently equipped with a new high-volume ventilation/exhaust system that completely changes the air once every 15 minutes, a bicycle storage room and large storage cages. The coop is both pet and pied-a-terre friendly. The building recently completed Local Law 11 work and replaced all three passenger elevators (all fully funded). This very special building is conveniently located between Lexington and Third Avenues, steps from every possible convenience.