Architecturally distinguished and rarely available 8-room apartment at 39 East 79th Street, a coveted white-glove cooperative developed by Emily Post in 1926. This handsome 14-story red-brick building has just 16 apartments. Upon entering from the semi-private elevator landing, an expansive barrel vaulted gallery connects each of the principal rooms. The large square living room with a wood burning fireplace and beamed ceilings flows into the equally elegant library/den and adjoins an elegant formal dining room. An enormous, modern eat-in kitchen contains top-of-the-line appliances, stone counters, custom cabinetry, and a walk-in pantry with washer/dryer. Two maid's rooms off the back are furnished with built-ins, one as a home office and the other a guest room/office, with a full-bath between them. The commodious master bedroom features box-beamed ceilings and a large marble bath with double vanity. The second bedroom has a renovated en suite bath, and a huge walk-in closet. This beautiful full-service co-op enjoys excellent financials and an ultra-low maintenance. Private storage comes with the apartment, and pets are welcome.