Back on Market.
Lovely light-filled open southern and eastern tree-top views of beautiful townhouse gardens and serene quiet characterize this charming prewar one-bedroom in a stellar full-service building with low maintenance and excellent amenities. The gracious layout offers an entry foyer opening onto an expansive 20-foot living room, an adjacent windowed eat-in kitchen with granite counters, DW and Sub Zero, a corner master bedroom with ample closet space, and a windowed bathroom with basket-weave marble floors. Classic prewar features include high beamed ceilings, herringbone oak floors, moldings and built-in bookcases.
Please note: The apartment has been freshly painted and is currently unfurnished.
Perfectly located on a beautiful tree-lined block close to Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum and Museum Mile, transportation lines, and fine shops and restaurants, this stable, well-maintained cooperative was built in 1928. The building has full-time doormen, a live-in superintendent, new gym with Peleton bike, a patio for residents, large laundry room, bike storage and a common storage room. The building has no flip tax, permits pied-a-terres, pets, and washer/dryers with board approval.