This beautiful, south-facing one bedroom plus home office is flooded with light on a prime Upper East Side block. This pre-war gem is one of the largest one bedroom layouts in the coop with an oversized bedroom, a renovated eat-in kitchen, home office, dining area, wood-burning fireplace and multiple large closets with an abundance of storage. 12H is a truly charming residence, which exemplifies Upper East Side pre-war living at its finest.
As you enter the apartment, the gracious entry hall leads into a spacious windowed eat-in kitchen. The renovated kitchen provides an abundance of cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, as well as a Miele washer/dryer. As you continue into the sun-flooded living room, a charming wood burning fireplace creates a comfortable and inviting atmosphere which also features a spacious dining area ideal for entertaining. Off of the living room, is a home office complete with double doors and built ins. The bedroom boasts large south and east facing windows, which welcome sunlight all day. The windowed modern en-suite bathroom features glass vanity and shower door and updated fixtures.
The Eastgate building, designed by Emory Roth, is a full-service co-op located on a beautiful tree-lined block between 2nd and 3rd Avenue. The classic pre-war brick facade features embellished iron double front doors. Originally constructed in 1932, this 13-story co-op features a full-time doorman, resident manager and porters, gym, storage and a common courtyard. Blocks away from outstanding New York restaurants and shops. The 6 and the new 72nd Street Q train stop are just minutes away providing easy access around the city. Pets are welcome.
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