Living the high life in one of New York City’s most decadent neighborhoods never looked so good! Especially in a stylish, classic Upper East Side residence that features a New York City rarity – two separate fireplaces.
Located at 130-134 East 67th Street, Apartment 3B is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit that features high-end amenities. A large living room is complete with a wood-burning fireplace and marble mantle. Natural light floods in from the two huge windows overlooking 67th Street, and adjacent to the living room, the dining room makes for a perfect, bright, and cheery entertaining space.
The windowed kitchen is outfitted with the latest appliances and even has a washer and dryer. Additionally, there are hardwood floors and 9.5-foot ceilings throughout.
The primary bedroom of this classic Upper East Side home has yet another wood-burning fireplace, along with a custom walk-in closet, and an attached, windowed bathroom that has sinks and a glass soaking tub and shower.
The second bedroom doubles as a library, with built-ins and another large walk-in closet. It also has a western exposure, overlooking the Park Avenue Armory.
The building at 130 East 67th Street is one of the city’s top-notch co-ops, having been built in 1908 and designed by the famed architect Charles A. Platt. Not only does it put a full staff at owners’ beck and call, but they’ll also be in the heart of the Upper East Side – with all of the entertainment, restaurants, and shopping that comes with the area.