Prewar Coop Built 1919 in
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Wander westward on 55th Street, past the middle-of-it-all hubbub of 8th Avenue, and you will find yourself unexpectedly on a serene, tree-lined street, quite out of character with its surrounds. Halfway down this placid block, you will come upon number 345, a stately and recently refurbished pre-war cooperative. On the very top floor of this residence, this peaceful, sun-drenched home awaits, with its high, beamed ceilings, gracious eat-in kitchen, generous closets and tiled, windowed bath. You will be well taken care of here: A live-in superintendent is aided by a full-time porter; a doorman greets from 2pm to 6am. There is bicycle storage and a central laundry room downstairs. Neighborhood shopping, dining and cultural venues abound, too numerous to mention, as well as access to all manner of private and public transportation. And, Oh! Central Park is RIGHT THERE!!! Pets are welcome (they love the park, too). Pied-a-terres are not permitted.