Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Here is your beautifully laid out, high-ceilinged, pre-war one-bedroom at 308 East 79th Street. Entering the apartment, there is a foyer with a ample-sized coat closet and space for a small table to drop your keys (and masks) after a jaunt around the city. The living room is just beyond with great proportions and beautifully beamed ceilings. Directly adjacent, the galley kitchen has plenty of storage with clean, white cabinets and appliances including an under-sink dishwasher. Moving to the back of the apartment, there is a classic pre-war bathroom with an enameled tub and classic prewar details. The bedroom is fit for a king-sized bed, has two great closets (one lined in cedar!) and two huge windows facing south over a landmarked block. Call us today for 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 are allowed as are pets under 25 pounds.