Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Welcome home to this sophisticated one bedroom, one bath Upper East Side pre-war co-op apartment in a full service building. Upon entering the apartment, the foyer is generous and will accommodate a console table for daily belongings along with a large coat closet for additional storage. The elegant living room boasts 9.5 foot beamed ceilings and is well proportioned to accommodate both living and dining. Adjacent to the living space you will find the windowed kitchen has plenty of storage with sleek clean-lined cabinets and appliances including an under-sink dishwasher. In true authentic pre-war fashion the windowed bathroom features an enameled tub and classic details. A key feature of this home is the sun-flooded bedroom. It is spacious enough to accommodate a king-sized bed, easy chair and two night stands. The bedroom has two great closets (one lined in cedar!) and large south facing windows that overlook the neighborhood. 308 East 79th was designed by renowned architect, Jacob Felson, and opened in 1928. The building amenities include a newly renovated gym, updated central laundry room, common outdoor garden with gazebo, full time concierge and 24 hour doorman. Bike and Private storage is available for an additional charge per month. Co-purchasing, pied-a-terres and guarantors are permitted, but gifting is not allowed. The building is pet-friendly and allows dogs however they must weigh less than 25 pounds when fully mature.Through-the-wall air conditioning units are permitted with board approval and washer/dryers are not permitted in any of the apartments.
This landmark building is perfectly positioned on a double wide cross street and only moments to the best NYC shopping, museums, gourmet grocery and parks that provide all the elements for a true UES lifestyle. Welcome Home.