Put your stamp on this 'Classic 5.5 room apartment with an exceptional floor plan in one of Fifth Avenue's finest buildings. The building, designed by renowned architect Emory Roth in 1939 and constructed in 1940, is a blend of 'Style Moderne' Architecture with a hint of 'Art Deco'. The style is echoed in the interior of this rarely available 'E' line unit with its clean lines, nine foot ceilings, corner window and signature Emery Roth dining oval or open ellipse. From a public hall of only four units you step into a foyer followed by a gallery with living room to the right and aforementioned dining oval to the left. The design provides a very open flow, ideal for entertaining, with a sight line of some 42 feet from the rear wall of the dining oval, across the gallery to the far window wall of the living room. The living room is exceptionally large at 25 feel long by 13 feet wide. The undeniable focal point of the room is a north and west facing corner window with the latter exposure providing a straight on view of Central Park. This same west view brings in boundless afternoon and evening sun that seemingly illuminates the entire space.The living room and dining room of this estate apartment have been restored to help you visualize how you can transform the rest of the apartment. Beyond the living/dining you find a bedroom wing with two master-sized bedrooms...one with an en-suite bath and a second bath in the hall. Beyond the dining room you find a small butler's pantry that opens to a large gallery kitchen. At the end of the kitchen you find the original maids room and bath. This room can be designed to serve a multitude of functions depending on your lifestyle. There is great closet space throughout the home.This full-service building features a live-in super, attended elevators, bicycle room, business center, fully appointed fitness center and a communal garden. The building does allow the installation of Central Air and/or Washer/Dryers with board approval. No pets are permitted.Living on the corner of East 69th Street allows you to walk directly across Fifth Avenue through the pedestrian entrance and straight into the park. You are truly in the epi-center of the best of the Madison and Fifth Avenue corridor. Showings available Monday thru Friday from 10AM to 4:30PM.