Perched on the top floor of this exceptional historic building, this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom home is flooded with light, not to mention possibility. The 10-foot ceilings and oversized windows enhance the inherent spaciousness of the living room and a wood-burning fireplace adds a touch of drama. Capitalizing on open south and west exposures, a sunroom captures brilliant light and spectacular views and opens to an adjacent private terrace. For convenience, this is one of only a few apartments in the building that has a washer and dryer in the apartment. 61 Irving Place, built in 1889 as a schoolhouse, is one of the most striking historic buildings in this prime section of Gramercy Park. The co-op offers residents a part-time doorman, a video intercom and additional laundry facilities. Plans to combine this apartment with 7A to create a spectacular duplex residence are available with the purchase of both units.