When you enter this stunning, designer renovated, lively and bright Prewar home, you will feel peaceful and inspired. Lovingly renovated from top to bottom, this beautifully proportioned one bedroom, one bath home offers a fresh inviting take on a classic prewar layout located in Gramercy Park, one of New York City's most treasured neighborhoods. The attractive foyer is a custom Gallery space that leads you into the bright, over sized grand living room with its wood burning fireplace, 9 1/2 ft beamed ceilings, moldings, new hardwood floors, gorgeous custom built in entertainment cabinetry and new through the wall heat and AC units. The open northern exposures have impressive views of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings. The sparkling trophy kitchen was built for a cook and designed for easy entertaining, with premium appliances, Esmeralda granite counters, Volcano Bianco stone flooring, cut glass tile back splash and open access to the large windowed dining area. The peaceful and bright master bedroom is well scaled and elegant and boasts an enviable walk in closet. The windowed, white Carrara marble bathroom has an over sized frameless walk in shower with brand new copper plumbing. This cheerful, inspiring home with its elegantly proportioned, sun filled rooms and terrific flow shines brighter than most; anchored in its past yet vivaciously serves the modern needs of today's homeowner! Built in 1928, this gorgeous Art Deco Pre-War building comes with a 24 hour doorman, laundry room, storage cages, bike storage, a gorgeous rooftop terrace with spectacular open views and a newly planted ground floor garden area. The co-op allows 75% financing, co-purchasing, guarantors and pets are allowed with board approval. Gas and electricity included in the maintenance and the building is wired for Verizon FiOS. This historical Location is in close proximity to the 6 train stop entrance located on 22nd and Lexington, as well as Union Square hub with trains 4,5,6,N,R,W,Q & L and conveniences such as Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Best Buy and the best restaurants in town.