Prewar Coop Built 1922 in
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Situated on a high floor of a premier pre-war cooperative designed by George Frederick Pelham and completed in 1922, this appealing pre-war classic six room apartment occupies a much sought after location at East 64th Street and Madison Avenue. This offering presents a rare opportunity for a discerning buyer wishing to benefit from the enviable location and excellent services of this discretely well-run building. The traditional layout and coveted position in the building with south-facing exposures for the light-filled living room and master bedroom, affords privacy and offers quiet enjoyment away from the bustle of Madison Avenue. Elegantly appointed with a sophisticated European ambiance this desirable home features brand new thermopane windows throughout and comprises a central entrance foyer, opening to a generously-scaled living room with large windows affording attractive views south of the sky and distinguished architecture of the Verona on the south side of East 64th Street. A private bedroom hallway leads to the master suite with over-sized bedroom, excellent closets and marble bathroom. The second bedroom also offers an en suite marble bathroom. The formal dining room is large and could easily function as a library/dining room combination. It is served by an ample eat-in kitchen with laundry. The over-sized staff room has a bright northern exposure and a renovated full bathroom. This charming apartment has through-wall air conditioning in the living room and master bedroom, ample closet space throughout and additional private storage in the basement. Pets, pied-a-terres and 40% financing permitted.