Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Here is your opportunity to create your own modern home within the walls of this beautifully proportioned pre-war one-bedroom at 308 East 79th Street. Through the front door, you'll enter into a large central foyer with a large coat closet and room for a console table and bookshelves. Immediately to the right is a large living room with plenty of space for entertaining and dining below its nearly 10 foot ceilings. To the left is a large galley kitchen with space for a breakfast table or luxuriously appointed banquette. The vision is yours as this south facing and sunny space will need a full redux which lays in wait for your vision to come to fruition. At the end of the foyer is a recently redone classic prewar bath with classic tub and fixtures. Past the bathroom is the bedroom that enjoys the same sunny views as the kitchen overlooking the treetops toward landmarked East 78th Street. Adding to the charm are dual closets which will provide plenty of hanging space for that inner clothes horse in you. Give us a call today to schedule a private viewing of this fantastic home and bring along your designer or architect so you can let your imagination run wild!
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.