Move right into this graciously proportioned three bedroom on the top floor of a perfectly located and historic prewar. Three open exposures and 19 large windows make this one of the brightest apartments on the market. The apartment is modern but retains its classic prewar feel and detail with high ceilings, oak floors, extensive built-ins and a wood burning fireplace with a marble mantel. Currently configured as two bedrooms and a library, the home boasts a large, open kitchen with a breakfast counter, a full dining area and appliances by Miele, Subzero and Wolf. An elegant barrel-vaulted entry corridor and three generous full bathrooms enhance the home's spacious and airy feel. There is a vented washer/dryer, through wall air-conditioning and basement storage. Constructed for Emily Post in 1926, 39 East 79th is among the Upper Eastside's most charming prewar buildings. It is understated and elegant and impeccably serviced. Pied a terres are permitted on a case by case basis. Pets are welcome. Please note that in addition to the maintenance there is currently a monthly assessment of $1,022.