Postwar Coop Built 1962 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
A rarity in the world of postwar Manhattan architecture, 401 East 65th Street was brilliantly designed in 1962 by architects Schuman & Lichtenstein to yield spacious interiors where each apartment can be gracefully combined with its neighbors. This impressive 2+ bedroom and 2 bathroom apartment is a fine example of such a combination. This sun-filled, southwest corner apartment on a high floor is a sprawling home in move-in condition. An ample foyer leads to a large living room with a western exposure that opens into a dining room and leads into the recently renovated galley kitchen. The handsome, abundant wood cabinetry and granite countertops in the kitchen are complemented by all stainless steel appliances. The apartment enjoys gorgeous hardwood floors throughout. The huge master bedroom includes a small den/dressing area adjacent to the en-suite bathroom. A second large bedroom offers both southern and western exposures with fantastic light throughout the day, and an adjacent bathroom. In addition, this creatively combined apartment offers a private and unique bonus space measuring 8.5' x 15' complete with a large walk-in closet. In the past it has been used as a home office, a den, or a playroom/sleeping area. This fine cooperative building has a fulltime doorman, a live-in superintendent, central laundry room in the basement, additional storage, a fine new gym, and bicycle storage. In addition the building has a beautiful roof deck to enjoy throughout the year. The building is located two blocks from St. Catherine's park and playground and is surrounded by every amenity to ensure your daily comfort. Easy access to transportation and the new 2nd Avenue Subway currently scheduled for completion this year.