Rare, pre-WW1, Seven Room co-op apartment with ten and a half floor ceilings at the epicenter of chic, 66th Street and Madison Avenue. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths and WBFP.
Semiprivate windowed landing leads into a spacious foyer with enormous closets. Continue into the perfectly scaled corner living room with wood burning fireplace. Adjacent is a striking formal dining room which is also sunflooded and recently published as one of New York’s finest rooms.
The renovated kitchen with top appliances is a cook’s dream. Vented hood, wine fridge, washer/dryer closet and ample storage highlight the classic and timeless design.
The bedroom corridor features four bedrooms and three bathrooms (two of which are ensuite). Beautiful sunlight and open views with additional interest from the building’s unique architectural details.
This is a full service building with live-in Resident Manager. Pets are welcome and allows pied-a-terres on a case-by-case basis. 2.5% flip tax payable by the Buyer Private storage and laundry facility in the lower level.
The “Fred Leighton Building” as it is affectionately known was completed in 1908, landmarked in 1977 and converted to cooperative in 1987. One cannot not notice the architectural beauty of this most unique French Renaissance building with its eclectic mix of Elizabethan and Flemish Gothic and wonder how lovely it would be to live in such a place.