This exceptionally beautiful apartment is beyond charming. The east facing living room (24'9" X 15') and dining room (20'8" X 12'10") are perfectly sized for entertaining. The windowed eat-in kitchen is large and sunny and the bedrooms are light flooded (western and southern exposures) and spacious. A well-proportioned gallery separates the public and private areas of the apartment.
136 East 64th Street is an immaculately maintained, beautifully appointed building located between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue.
Designed by architect George F. Pelham and built in 1928, this 61-unit, 11 story pre-war building is located on a handsome tree-lined block between Lexington and Park Avenues. The building's enormous lobby has 3 elevator banks. The building has through-the wall air conditioners (HVACs are allowed), and each apartment comes with a storage bin.
Pets Allowed In Unit Washers/Dryers Allowed Pied-a-terre Allowed 65% Financing Permitted Full Service Building Laundry Room Doorman Live-in Super
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