This elegant home offers a rare combination of classic pre-war detail, ideal location, generous proportions, and well-executed renovations that create a truly remarkable residence.

Enjoy three exposures from a high floor, including a peek of Central Park's glittering reservoir from the spacious master bedroom. The entrance foyer is both convenient and gracious, leading to an oversized living room large enough for sizeable sitting and dining areas as well as a working wood-burning fireplace with an ornate mantle. The second bedroom is currently configured as both a guest room and an office, but could function equally well as a formal dining room or a library. The large eat-in kitchen is in gorgeous condition, with ample counter space, pristine top-of-the-line appliances, and a row of windows which illuminate the entire space. Through-wall air conditioning, gleaming hardwood floors, high beamed ceilings, and original base and crown moldings complete this cheerful, charming home.

This prestigious, full-service cooperative is pet-friendly and offers the services of exemplary doormen, porters, and a resident superintendent, as well as a bike room, laundry, and basement storage. The building is pleasantly situated between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, amid Manhattan's most impressive museums and galleries, sought-after shopping and dining, and the many attractions of Central Park.

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Building Features 16 Floors103 Units

full time doorman
pet friendly

$1,600,000 / $1,280 per ft²

Sold: Sep 01, 2010

3.23% above ask / 27 Days to Sell

2 Beds / 1.0 Bath / 1,250 ft²

Total Monthly Expenses: -

Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens

Edward Joseph


Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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