Here is your incredible opportunity to own an oversized, bright, airy, beautiful corner one-bedroom home in Carnegie Hill, one of Manhattans truly sought after neighborhoods. This charming pre-war co-op building, designed by Springsteen & Godhammer and built in 1928, is replete with many boast-worthy architectural elements and sits on one of the best tree-lined townhouse blocks in the neighborhood. High-ceilings, pre-war details, bright open views, and generous room proportions make the space feel open, incredibly usable, and very pleasant and welcoming in general. The large living room and dining area creates a wonderful entertaining space and the spacious bedroom has two open exposures to the north and east. There is an abundance of closets throughout and both the bathroom and kitchen are windowed. The well run building features storage, a bicycle room, laundry, and a beautifully maintained roof deck with panoramic city views. All this ideally situated in close proximity to Central Park, Museum Mile, the areas best shopping and dining, along with the added convenience of the 6-train one short block away, the Q-train and multiple bus routes.