Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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This glamorous high floor prewar one bedroom apartment was renovated and decorated by world renowned interior designer Keith Irvine and featured in Domino and Quest Magazine. The apartment features beamed ceilings, beautiful wood floors and exquisite prewar details. There is a grand entrance gallery which leads to the expansive living room which faces east with two windows and affords an elegant space for gatherings. Also off the gallery is a meticulously renovated windowed kitchen with top of the line appliances and a breakfast area that faces south with picturesque city views. The master bedroom faces south and east and has two oversized closets. There is a renovated windowed hallway bathroom with a bathtub, a linen closet and a large coat closet. This handsome prewar full service co-operative was completed in 1929 by famed architect Jacob M. Felson. There are 17 floors and 189 units. The building has a laundry room, bicycle room and conference room. Pied-a-terres and pets are welcome.