Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Original pre-war treasures like this one don't come around often enough. This thoughtfully laid out one-bedroom at 308 East 79th Street is as good and classic as they come. You will walk into a real foyer with coat closet and original mouldings leading to a large living room, beautifully detailed, with nine foot ceilings and original floors and plaster walls that are both in great shape. To the left is a very usable and windowed dining alcove abutting the kitchen with original 1920's cabinets and updated appliances and countertops. On the right of the living room there is a small hallway with two generous closets on the way to the prewar bathroom and bedroom large enough for a king sized bed, large bedside tables, full dresser and a big cozy chair for hanging out before bed. Please note...NONE of these photos have been virtually staged. You will get what you see here when you call us to set up an appointment. 308 East 79th was designed by renowned architect, Jacob Felson, and opened in 1928. With a full time doorman, desk concierge, super and porters, it's about as full-service as you get! The co-op just completed a full renovation of a beautifully furnished common outdoor space on the ground floor, laundry room and a very large and well appointed gym. There are also bike and storage rooms. Co-purchasing and pied-a-terres allowed as are pets under 25 pounds.