A '6' YOU CAN MAKE A '10"
NO BOARD APPROVAL! This sun-filled prewar home offers the visionary buyer the opportunity to update and personalize a 'Classic 6'. The extremely gracious layout distinguishes this prewar residence. Throughout the apartment the original prewar details have been maintained: oak floors, high beamed ceilings with plaster moldings, and wood burning fireplace. With multiple exposures, this spacious home features a living room and master bedroom with southern city views, dining room with western sun through oversized windows, and kitchen and staff room with open northern light. Through the butler's pantry is the windowed kitchen, as well as a staff room and half bath. Bring your architect, bring your contractor, bring your mask. The perfect, pandemic project!
Located between Park and Lexington Avenues, 135 East 74th Street is an established full-service pre-war cooperative. This attractive 1925 building, located within the Upper East Side Historic District, consist of 31 residences on eleven stories. Conveniently located near public bus and subway transportation, specialty shops, restaurants, and museums, this desirable co-operative allows 75% financing, pets, and pied-a-terre ownership. There is a full-time doorman, resident manager, laundry room, and storage.