Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Situated in a premier white-glove prewar co-operative on the Upper Eastside, this high-floor sun-drenched three bedroom home has a classic layout that provides for gracious entertaining and comfortable living. The residence features hardwood floors and exquisite prewar details.There is a grand entrance gallery which leads to the expansive living room with two oversized windows. Also off the gallery is the formal dining area which affords an elegant space for gatherings. There is a windowed renovated eat-in kitchen which includes a built-in banquette. As for the private quarters, there is a corner master bedroom suite that features custom built-in closets and an en-suite windowed bathroom. There are two additional bedrooms and a windowed hallway bathroom.This handsome prewar white-glove co-operative was completed in 1929 by renowned architect Jacob M. Felson. The building is superbly staffed and has a laundry room, bicycle room and conference room. There is a 1.5% flip tax paid by the purchaser. Photos to follow.