Pre-war | Doorman | Elevator | Bicycle room
at 68th St-Hunter College 0.3 miles at Lexington Av 0.4 miles at 63rd Street 0.4 miles at 59th St 0.5 miles at 5th Av 0.5 miles at 72nd Street 0.5 miles
Gracious, high floor, light filled and wonderfully quiet home with side Central Park views is now available. Enter through a foyer which reveals an expansive home with an extremely large living room to one side and a spacious dining room to the other side. The side by side living room and dining rooms make for a wonderful open space for entertaining. Proceed to the corridor and encounter a very private bedroom wing, with two master-sized bedrooms, one with an en-suite bath. The kitchen is windowed and has a significant sized pantry. There may be the possibility of adding a half bath at the far end of the kitchen; this would require Board Approval. The apartment has thru-wall AC throughout and comes with its own separate storage bin. All of this is in one of Fifth Avenue's finest Prewar White Glove Cooperatives, designed in 1939 by renowned American architect, Emery Roth. The building has full-time doorman security and elevator operators, a new state-of-the-art-fitness facility, newly renovated laundry room and an impressively elegant lobby. Living at the corner of East 69th Street also allows you to walk directly across Fifth Avenue through the pedestrian entrance and straight into the Park. The building is just one block from the Frick Collection and just steps to The Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum and all of Madison Avenue's shopping and fine dining. Pets are not permitted.
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33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003 | Phone: 212.557.6500 | Fax: 212.557.6505