This bright and beautiful home exudes a traditional, timeless elegance true to the original character of 215 E 73rd Street, originally designed by Emory Roth and constructed by Bing & Bing; both notable, highly integral figures in the neighborhood and Manhattan. The gracious foyer includes a coat closet, and full walk-in-closet, and acts as an open vantage point into the spacious apartment. Well maintained hardwood floors are carried throughout every room, and the walls highlighted with crown molding. The smart layout places a dining alcove adjacent to the galley kitchen, which features stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, granite counters, updated cabinetry, and a large window pouring natural light into the lovely space. The dining alcove opens to the large living room featuring charming details including a working wood-burning fireplace, beamed ceilings, a walk-in storage closet, and a large oversized window with open city views. The space continues through a quaint hallway with yet another closet, and a full bathroom laid with tile work and a glass-enclosed bathtub. The well appointed bedroom rounds out this home with two exposures, space to easily fit a king-size bed, open city views, and a walk-in closet.
215 E 73rd St is a full service prewar co-op on arguably one of the most picturesque treelined blocks in the city. This building offers a recently renovated gym, full time doorman, a large laundry room in the basement, a common courtyard garden, storage, and bike room. With approval, one may install a washer/dryer within the apartment. The maintenance includes the electric bill. Pied-a-terres, and guarantor purchases are considered on a case-by-case basis. This idyllic Upper East Side location is close to the new 2nd Ave subway entrance, is a short distance to the Central Park entrance at E 72nd St, excellent restaurants, and world-class shopping. If you are seeking a quintessential Upper East Side home, look no further.