Apartment 17 is a spectacular, gut renovated one bedroom with roof rights for a private terrace. Located on a high floor in the back of the building facing South, this home is a peaceful little haven. A rare find in New York City! Not only is it extremely quiet, but incredibly private as well. This freshly painted sun filled apartment has 11 ft ceilings with exposed wooden beams, re-finished hard oak wood floors, and custom baseboards.In the charming light-filled living room there is a refurbished decorative fireplace, sand blasted brick walls, and a large closet with storage above. It also has a floor to ceiling library with a beautiful rolling ladder built by the renowned Putnam Rolling Ladder Co, established in 1905.The spectacular designed chef's kitchen features a new stainless-steel Liebherr refrigerator, oven, dishwasher, and range microwave with vent as well as custom kitchen cabinets, large farmhouse sink, custom cut Italian Callacata gold marble countertops, and Italian ceramic subway tile backsplash with craquele finish. The chic hanging light fixtures give a vintage feel throughout the space.The bedroom has two windows and is the only unit in the building that includes a through-the-wall air conditioner. This allows for both windows to be unobstructed, creating tons of natural light. Extremely high ceilings with beams and an exposed brick wall accent this romantic room. There is space in the bedroom or living room for an office nook.The totally renovated windowed full bathroom has it all: a custom made sliding pocket door with beautiful vintage hardware, brand new basket-weave mosaic floor tiles, and a large bathtub with a Revial brass shower head above. There are custom cabinets, new medicine cabinet and bathroom lighting to compliment the marble details. The vintage ceiling light also has a fan function and last but not least, the stunning wall coverings are original Martinique wallpaper from the Beverly Hills Hotel!This home was truly built with love, care and an impeccable eye for design. Other thoughtful features include a washer & drier and well made cabinets. Everything is custom made. All of the handles are copper and brass and have been hand selected from Gracious Home and Vintage Hardware and Lighting.Located in the heart of the Upper East Side around the corner from shopping and dining on Second Avenue, 336-332 East 77th Street is a beautifully maintained prewar coop comprised of 3 gorgeous red brick buildings built in 1883. The co-op recently completed an extensive hallway and lobby renovation as well as an exterior brick masonry restoration. This intimate, well-established pre-war coop is located near the M79 crosstown bus and M15 and Select M15 bus. It is also close to the 6 train on East 77th Street and the new Q train on East 72nd Street. Building amenities include a live-in super. Sorry, no dogs. The maintenance is 64% tax deductible and the new owner can apply for STAR (School Tax Relief Credit) to get a credit off the maintenance. Based off of the current Star Tax credits in the building, this credit would be anywhere from $100-$150 off of the current monthly maintenance. Showings are by appointment only.