With no board approval, this quintessential pre-war home offers a unique opportunity. The extremely gracious layout distinguishes this prewar Classic 6. With southern exposures through new oversized windows, the sun-filled living room and the two bedrooms have delightful tree top views. In addition, the eastern-facing dining room allows morning light to stream into the entrance foyer. Off the kitchen there is a butler's pantry and private service hall, as well as a staff room and half bath. Throughout this apartment the original prewar details that have been maintained including oak floors, high beamed ceilings with plaster moldings and a wood burning fireplace.
Located between Park and Lexington Avenue, 135 East 74th Street is an intimate, full-service prewar cooperative. The building allows washer/dryers, pets, and pied-a-terres.