Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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A One-of-a-Kind, Mint Penthouse with Two Expansive Terraces! Located in a white-glove prewar co-operative on East 79th Street, you will enter this beautiful classic six from your own private landing. This stunning home with over 2100 square feet of interior space and over 2300 square feet of outdoor space was recently renovated to the highest standard with herringbone solid-wood floors, 3 zone central-air conditioning, Sonos surround sound, radiant-heated floors in each bathroom, plus an automated light and shade system. Sun-flooded from all exposures, this loft-like living and dining room includes a wood burning fireplace with access to the beautifully landscaped north terrace; a wonderful extension to the entertaining area outfitted with gorgeous imported planters and many evergreen plants. The terraces, with incredible open city views, also include a 2 zone irrigation system and security cameras. The gourmet kitchen is custom designed with tremendous storage, replete with top-of-the-line appliances which include a vented Blue Star stove and a wine refrigerator for 100+ bottles. Access to the south terrace permits for al fresco dining and ease of serving. Just off the kitchen is a home office/3rd bedroom. On the other side of the apartment, very separate from the entertaining area, are two master-size bedrooms and two beautifully renovated bathrooms. 308 E. 79th was built in 1929 by renowned architect Jacob M. Felson and enjoys proximity to many parks, museums, galleries, and restaurants. Pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, subletting and pets are permitted; 1.5% flip tax (paid by seller); assessment of $2,787.37 through October 2017 (paid by seller).