This elegant 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home is situated in the historic, Beaux-Arts Hayden House on one of the most sought-after blocks on the Upper West Side, where residents enjoy a front row seat to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The apartment features classic prewar details including intricate moldings, original herringbone floors, and soaring 11' ceilings throughout. The entry foyer with three, generous sized closets, leads to the light-filled grand entertaining room with original fireplace (now only decorative) and dramatic window boasting southern, unobstructed views overlooking the Rose Planetarium, Theodore Roosevelt Park, and Central Park. The windowed kitchen with granite counter tops and ample storage sits adjacent to a spacious dining area. A guest bathroom is located along the hallway that leads to the pin-drop-quiet bedroom with courtyard exposures and two renovated closets. The connecting main bathroom, complete with a window and a soaking tub has the potential for expansion by removing the adjacent walk-in closet connected to the bedroom. This Beaux Arts masterpiece mansion, was built in 1908 with an exceptional limestone facade and exquisite stunning renovated marble lobby. Converted to a well established pet and pied-a-terre friendly coop since 1976, amenities include a part-time doorman, a live-in super, a bike room, a storage room and a laundry room.