Located on one of the Upper East Side's most beautiful tree-lines blocks, this elegant and top-of-the-line renovated five room, pre-war co-op apartment melds modern conveniences with unique architectural details such as 9'4" beamed ceilings, crown moldings, wood-burning fireplace, and vented washer/dryer. The semi-private landing opens to an oversized entry foyer which welcomes you to this special home, which has recently been upgraded with all new doors, hardware, moldings, custom closets, and newly renovated marble bathrooms.
The spacious south facing living room features multiple seating areas and ideally separates the bedroom wing from the formal dining room and windowed kitchen. The elegant dining room with seating for up to ten is perfect for entertaining. Love to cook? A windowed kitchen off the dining room has been tastefully designed and features vented stove and plenty of counter and storage space!
The serene primary and secondary bedrooms have en-suite windowed bathrooms with marble vanity and floors and are outfitted with large custom closets. Both large bedrooms are beautifully proportioned and quiet, as the apt is set back from the street. To complement this home, storage transfers to the new owner as well!
136 East 64th Street was built in 1928 by the architect George F. Pelham (who also designed the nearby Hotel Plaza Athenee). This white glove cooperative offers one of the Upper East Side's grandest lobbies; a full time staff with 24-hour doormen, porters and a live-in superintendent; is wired for Verizon Fios; and offers private storage for each apartment. The building allows 50% financing, is pet friendly and considers pied-a-terre purchasers on a case-by-case basis. This rare offering will not last and is a must-see. Flip tax paid by buyer.