225 74th #2-F
New York, New York City, NY
Located in the heart of Lenox Hill, this prewar 2 bedroom, one bath home boasts features not to be found in 1937 construction. Architect legend James Carpenter designed this art deco co-op with layouts found mostly in larger scaled homes.
This charming pre-war home features a windowed & renovated eat-in kitchen, a classic step down living room, split bedrooms, and bay windows, rarely found in 1930's construction.
As you enter 2F you are greeted by a spacious entry foyer and dining area which seamlessly flow into the expansive and step-down living room. The living space is accentuated with bay windows, which flood the apartment with sunlight throughout the day & look onto the tree lined block of 74th Street.
The grand king-sized primary suite measures 11'5' x 17'7' and boasts a sitting area, a walk-in closet, and south facing windows. The second bedroom is situated in the corner of the home and boasts double windows. The room is fitted with custom closets and shelving throughout.
The windowed eat-in kitchen has been renovated with custom cabinetry and features all stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, oven, and gas range.
225 East 74th Street is located on the charming tree lined block of E 74th. The art-deco cooperative was built in 1937 and boasts a full time doorman, live-in super, laundry in the building, a private courtyard, and a bike room. Co-purchasing, parents buying for children and pieds-a-terre are permitted with board approval. The building allows pets & 80% financing.