Coveted 'C' line two-bedroom apartment in pristine white-glove, prewar 125 East 74th Street.
Gracious layout with arched doorways, high, beamed ceilings, crown and base moldings, casement windows, hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace and other original details. An inviting foyer leads to a stunning, sunny, living room through a large arch way. The living room features 10' ceilings, a rare wood-burning fireplace, custom bookshelves and a large wall of original casement windows with views to the leafy green trees outside. The generously-sized bedroom is accessed through an arched door and has north and south exposure windows both of which are oversized. This bedroom also features a dressing area and large closet. The second bedroom is currently utilized as a Dining Room. This room has two closets, an original swinging door to the kitchen and offers flexibility of usage including that of another bedroom, den, dining room or office. The windowed kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, custom kitchen cabinets and drawers.
125 East 74th Street is a sophisticated and well-established prewar co-op built in 1929 in a neo-Italian Renaissance style by architect Lafayette A. Goldstone, also known for his work at 640 Park and 730 Park Avenue. It became a cooperative in 1953. Located on a beautiful tree lined block this 30 unit, pet-friendly coop has a Resident Manager and full-time doorman, garden, fitness room, central laundry, bike room and large storage unit that trades with the unit. There is a 2% flip tax paid by buyer. Pied-a-terre and 50% financing is allowed.