Postwar Coop Built 1963 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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This flexible two-bedroom does not feel like a unit; it feels instead very much like a real home, filled with lots of detail and warmth, not at all cookie-cutter. Situated quietly at the back of the building, it requires little effort: no waiting on an elevator, just walk up a few steps and you're there. Could be the perfect Manhattan pied-a-terre. The large original living room has been divided in two, separated by French doors. What is now an office/library can easily be another bedroom, or converted into a living room, with the current living area turned into a dining room with an expanded kitchen. Or just keep it the sweet way it is. Original parquet floors, renovated bathroom. A great investment with the arrival of the new Second Avenue subway. No flip tax! And an incredibly low maintenance! Parents can buy for children and pied-a-terres are permitted. First showing will be at the Sunday January 31 open house.