An entry foyer leads to a sprawling south-facing living room with large windows under 9'5 ceilings and a decorative fireplace with its original black marble mantelpiece. There is a large formal dining room with an oversized picture window and custom built-in storage. The windowed kitchen features a butler's pantry and plentiful cabinets and drawers plus an on-site washer & dryer.
A Venetian plaster painted hallway leads to an expansive south-facing master bedroom with excellent closets, and a large windowed marble bathroom with glass-enclosed rain shower. The second bedroom also offers an en suite windowed tiled bathroom with glass-enclosed shower and tub.
This residence also features hardwood floors throughout, and traditional prewar details, including crown and baseboard moldings. In addition, there is a private 6'x5' storage room in the basement.
29 East 64th Street is a premier prewar building designed by George Frederick Pelham. Built in 1922 and situated in one of New York's most desirable Streets, the building offers white-glove services, including doorman and concierge, on-site superintendent, private storage rooms, central laundry room and bicycle storage room. Steps away from the Plaza Athenee Hotel, one block away from Central Park and convenient to Madison and Fifth Avenue shopping and entertainment.
Building Features 12 Floors41 Units
$2,550,000 / $1,416 per ft²
Sold: Mar 10, 2016
-3.77% from ask / 42 Days to Sell
2 Beds / 3.0 Baths / 1,800 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: -
Exclusively listed with: The Modern Group
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