The main apartment features an entry foyer that 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.
There are Venetian plaster hallways that lead 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.
The first floor unit has large windows, hardwood floors throughout, a delightful galley kitchen and large windowed marble bathroom with tastefully curated fixtures. The bedroom has two oversized windows and custom built-ins and storage. Perfect for guests, home office, staff, or as an extra entertaining room.
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 stora
Building Features 12 Floors41 Units
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: -
Exclusively listed with: Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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