An impeccably renovated three-bedroom, two-bathroom top-floor home with roof garden access in Lenox Hill is the very picture of pastoral Upper East Side living. Located in a full-service postwar co-op building at 310 East 70th Street, the property is on the market for $1,895,000 and represented by Faith Fisher Einhorn and Victor Larroche of Douglas Elliman.
The apartment opens on a foyer and gallery entry with multiple oversized closets and storage spaces. New wood plank floors lead to a spacious great room, featuring wide south- and west-facing exposures, custom hardwood built-ins and a mirrored bar with recessed lighting and Summit wine refrigerator.
The renovated pass-through kitchen, accessible from both the dining area and foyer, is equipped with custom cabinetry, granite countertops and tile backsplashes surrounding top-line appliances by Wolf, Dacor and LG.
The spacious and bright bedrooms each feature large south-facing windows, custom Manhattan Closet systems and new low-pile wool carpeting. The sprawling master suite provides three closets, including a walk-in and shoe closet. Both bathrooms have been renovated and feature Caesarstone countertops, custom built-in 20-inch medicine cabinets and top-of-the line fixtures by Hansgrohe and Toto.
Skillfully installed lighting creates ideal ambiance throughout the home, and windows are covered in Hunter Douglass light-blocking window treatments. There’s ample custom millwork, and all doors are solid wood with chic stainless-steel hardware.
Featuring renovated hallways and lobby, the building provides full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, central laundry room, storage and bike room, landscaped roof deck and onsite parking garage.
Positioned on a quiet, tree-lined stretch of East 70th Street near Second Avenue, the home combines residential tranquility with easy access to the shops, services, dining and nightlife, as well as proximity to outdoor space in Central Park and the East River promenade.