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35 East 68th Street, 4A - Upper East Side, New York
PRIME LOCATION- 68th and Madison Avenue inside a 25 limestone mansion built in 1901 by Carrer and Hastings, the architectural visionary behind the New York Public Library and Frick Museum. This sprawling, bright one bedroom presents the perfect opportunity to create a pied a terre or full-time residence. As you enter the large foyer, it leads to an open kitchen with potential for a generous dining area with built in floor to ceiling bookshelves and beautiful original hardwood floors throughout. The grand living room has over 10 foot ceilings wrapped in original crown molding, a wood burning fireplace, and two French doors that open to the Juliet Balcony. The spacious bedroom has tall, curved Victorian windows providing great light and includes an ensuite bathroom also accessible from outside the bedroom for guest convenience. The open floor plan presents endless possibilities of how you can transform this Upper East Side Prewar apartment into your own special home, tailored to your personal taste and vision. Apartment Features: South exposure, West exposure, Wood-burning fireplace, Balcony - juliet, Prewar detail, Light - excellent, Windows - oversized Building Features: Roof deck, Private storage
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