This rare gem beautifully combines elegance and charm, and is truly unlike any other. Situated between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue and two doors down from Central Park, this 1902 elevator Beaux-Arts limestone mansion is on one of New York's most prestigious Upper East Side, historic blocks. Upon entering, you know this one is different. The ceilings are high at 13' and the charm level is even higher. The living room is lovely and quite grand with its detailed hardwood floors, original moldings, wood burning fireplace and possibly most importantly, its windowed French doors that lead to a private and luxurious terrace. This back facing terrace can be a private garden and a bit of respite from the city. The quiet bedroom suite has wonderful light through its oversized windows and is dripping with pre-war details including a second wood burning fireplace, wooden window shutters and a unique dressing area with stunning millwork. The spacious, spa-like bathroom has been beautifully renovated and has a gorgeous clawfoot tub. While preserving so many details, this renovated home has also been modernized with the convenience of a washer/dryer and central AC. This well-run co-op has the mansion's original, glorious staircase as well as an elevator. Pied-a-terres are allowed as well as pets, case by case, and the building has storage.