Located on a desirable and picturesque tree-lined block, this spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bath home successfully blends the charm of pre-war living with modern conveniences such as a renovated kitchen with top of the line appliances, through wall AC, updated baths, Bosch washer/dryer, and an abundance of storage space. A thoughtfully designed combination of a 2 bedroom and studio apartment created this elegant home with well-proportioned rooms and a flexible layout. Enter into a proper foyer, with Venetian plaster walls and two large closets - a deep walk-in and a coat closet - and arrive at the large dining gallery. This gracious and versatile space is the center of the home and leads to the kitchen, secondary bedroom, and vast living room. The elegant step-down living room is defined by a wrought iron banister and 3 large windows framing the treetops that line 73rd Street. The renovated windowed kitchen has granite counters, attractive wood cabinets, slate floor and stainless appliances including a Bertazzoni oven/range, Bosch Dishwasher, Sharp Microwave, and Liebherr refrigerator. Tucked away and down a hallway filled with built-in storage space is the west-facing primary suite which offers the utmost in privacy. This private suite has a den/office separated from the bedroom with attractive french glass sliding doors, two outfitted walk-in closets, and a renovated en-suite bath with walk-in glass shower. The large 2nd bedroom has lovely northern views over townhouses, a walk-in closet and an updated en-suite bath. On the opposite end of the apartment is the 3rd south-facing bedroom which has 2 closets (including a large walk-in) and an updated windowed en-suite bath. 3 exposures, original hardwood floors, washer/dryer and beamed ceilings further enhance this lovely home. 235 East 73rd Street, built in 1936, was designed by renowned architect Emory Roth, built by Bing & Bing and converted to co-op in 1987. Residents of this well established co-op enjoy a full-time doorman, resident manager, fitness room with Peloton bikes, laundry room, private storage (for rent, waitlist), and a private courtyard for residents. The building is on beautiful tree-lined 73rd street, infamous for its holiday lights, and located near some of the best Upper East Side restaurants, Morton Williams, and the 2nd Avenue Q train. Please note 80% financing is permitted & there is a 1.5% flip tax paid by the seller. Pet policy: Max 2 dogs or 2 cats. Please inquire for the full pet policy.
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|5/4/2022 5:28:37 PM||New Value: Contract Signed|
|4/5/2022 5:37:00 PM||New Value: $2,395,000|