Gramercy House at 235 East 22nd St is a truly exceptional prewar building. As one of New York City's finest Art Deco buildings, Gramercy House features full services, including a stunning lobby with a 24 hour attentive doorman and a beautifully landscaped common roof deck with amazing New York city views. This rarely available spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bath apartment showcases an over-sized entry foyer and a gracious formal dining room with glass French doors, large enough to accommodate everyone for the holidays. Additional features include gleaming hardwood floors with a border inlay design, a large sunny living room with prewar charm, high stylish tray ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and abundant closet space throughout. The bedrooms are discreetly separated, with the large master bedroom in one corner of the apartment, in addition to two other spacious bedrooms. A lovely windowed dressing area/den/office/nursery with an en-suite walk-in closet can also be found off the master bedroom and all three bathrooms have windows. The updated kitchen features a large window and an excellent sized pantry, along with new appliances, including a Bosch dishwasher, Fisher Paykel refrigerator and stainless steel GE stove and microwave. The triple exposures to the West, East and North bring excellent light into the apartment. An added bonus is that the maintenance includes electricity, air conditioning, heat and hot water. From the lobby, you may also enter the elegant and lush, keyed park complete with teak furniture, a fountain and tall shade trees for residents private enjoyment. This pet friendly building has a bike and laundry room in the basement and extra storage space for a fee. There is also a 2nd entrance/exit for the building onto 23rd St for additional convenience. The location is excellent with only 2 short blocks to Gramercy Park and Irving Place and convenient access to the Lexington Avenue 6 train. The R & W trains are also only 4 short blocks away. Completed in 1931 and superbly designed by architects George & Edward Blum, the facade of the building contains a very colorful band of decorative terracotta elements and small but exquisite blocks of diagonally placed bricks "in a gentle wave pattern like a river" in turquoise, green, ochre and navy. This elegant and comfortable home must be seen to be appreciated. Please call for your private appointment.