This rarely available parlor floor 2-bedroom residence is located on a charming tree-lined block in the former private home of Colonel Louis Fitzgerald and John Bouvier III, father of Jackie Kennedy. Located in a mid-1800's landmarked brownstone, this quaint home has retained many of its pre-war details including 13-foot ceilings, original hardwood flooring and boldly carved moldings.
The expansive living room features antique built-in shelving, a chandelier, a beautiful working fireplace and a northern-facing bay window. The kitchen has black and white mosaic tiled flooring, black laminate cabinetry and white spacious countertops. There is a separate dining area located right off the kitchen.
The spacious sun-filled master bedroom has two large southern facing windows, a chandelier, a working fireplace, Victorian closets, a walk-in closet and access to an attic storage space with 128 additional square feet. The en-suite master bathroom has a stacked washer/dryer. Past the living room is an additional bathroom and the second bedroom. This pin-drop quiet room has two western-facing windows that overlook the ground floor's garden.
Located in a seven-unit self-run cooperative building, this charming full floor home is a unique opportunity to own a piece of history in an intimate building.