Prewar Coop Built 1910 in
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THE LANCASHIRE, is a NeoâRenaissance style building built in 1910 by Walter B. Chambers. The prime coveted Prewar co-op is a prominent and very private 13-story Park Avenue building with a total of only 18 Residences. Welcoming lobby with manned elevators and each floor with only two units have semi-private landings. Situated in Lenox Hill, a borough with awarded schools and just a few minutes distance from Midtown and Central Park this exclusive building offers privacy, security and the comfortable ambiance of quiet refined luxury living.
This gracious pre-war home has an incomparably elegant atmosphere. Large windows allow abundant light in from south/east exposures. The generously sized rooms have 10' ceilings. There is a gas fireplace with a gorgeous marble mantel in 19'x36' foot living room.
A splendid corner master bedroom has an en-suite windowed marble bathroom, a very luxurious walk-in closet, and a fireplace. There are fireplaces in other bedrooms as well. The east-facing large second bedroom features an en-suite stall shower, windowed marble bathroom, and walk-in closet. A third bedroom/den with bathroom completes the private quarters.
The entry foyer is chic and inviting, and the entertaining space is grandiose yet warm, with many options for arrangements. The windowed, eat-in chef's kitchen features all top appliances and is truly not to be missed.
All rooms are in impeccable move-in condition. Built-ins, hardwood floors, central air and laundry facilities complete this very special residence.