Located on one of the Upper East Side's most beautiful tree-lined blocks, Residence 5F is a large, elegant, five room (2BR/2BA), pre-war cooperative apartment with a wonderful layout and unique architectural details such as a gracious entrance foyer, 9'4" beamed ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, lovely moldings, and a stunning wood burning fireplace as well as exceptionally low maintenance. This large, gracious apartment has beautifully proportioned rooms and is bright and quiet, as it is set back from the street. Closets abound. 136 East 64th Street is a prestigious, sought-after, white-glove co-op off Park Avenue in the East 60s. Built in 1928 by the architect George F. Pelham (who also designed the nearby Hotel Plaza Athenee), it features one of the most impressive lobbies on the Upper East Side. There are three separate elevator banks, a full-time staff with 24hr doormen, porters, handymen and a live-in resident manager. Each apartment comes with a private storage unit, and the building is wired for Verizon FIOS. Pets and pied-a-terre purchases permitted, as are washer/dryers. Close to midtown, Central Park and all the Upper East Side has to offer, the building is also conveniently located near the F, N and R and 4, 5 and 6 train lines. 50% financing is permitted. Buyer pays the 2% flip tax.