This unique apartment is located on the 15th floor of a highly desirable, prewar cooperative building. It was home to the late Lee Radziwill, the international icon of style and elegance who was well known and respected in the art, fashion and social worlds of the United States and France. The only residence on the floor, this apartment enjoys the privacy of its own elevator vestibule and open exposures to the north and south. The 31 foot living room features a woodburning fireplace, lovely moldings, built-in bookcases and wide plank floors. Bright northern light flows through three arched windows which also afford a view of a planted terrace across the double-width 72nd Street. The formal dining room, almost square in shape, is adjacent to the living room and perfectly positioned for entertaining flow. Three large master bedrooms are separated from the entertaining rooms by a wide bedroom hall. Each of the bedrooms is graced with abundant sunshine and open southern views, as well as a bath ensuite. The sunny master bedroom is the perfect private aerie, generous in size and warmed by a woodburning fireplace. A windowed kitchen, a staff room, 4 baths and a powder room complete this rare residence.