Prewar classic six meets prime Upper East Side location in this spacious masterpiece west of Third Avenue. A little bit of Paris in New York City, enter through the gracious foyer and immediately notice the wall of windows and colorful tiled fireplace. An oasis in the city, this home is pin-drop quiet with charming tree-lined views with glimpses of the beautiful neighboring St Jean Baptiste Church. True to prewar design, the layout of this home is all about comfortable living, offering large rooms and exceptional flow. The well-proportioned formal dining room with custom white bookshelves and both north and east exposures is perfect for entertaining or relaxing while enjoying the surrounding greenery and light. The formal dining room is currently used as a separate seating area. The large windowed eat-in kitchen features custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, and new appliances. The dining alcove could be converted to a third bedroom (see alternate proposed floor plan). The spacious corner primary bedroom with double exposures has a custom closet and an en-suite windowed bath. A private central hallway leads to the sizable second bedroom with two closets as well as the second bath. Other notable features include high beamed ceilings, archways, original moldings, hardwood floors, a washer/dryer, and incredible closet space. 1065 Lexington is a full-service boutique pre-war building with only two apartments per floor, 26 homes in total, a 24 hour doorman, live-in super, and new gym off the lobby. An ideal Upper East Side location on Lexington between 75th and 76th Streets, one block from the 6 train, this classic six cannot be missed. Both pets and pied-a-terres are permitted. The building allows 75% financing. There is a 2.5% flip tax.