30 71ST #5A
NewYork, New York City, NY
Located in one of Manhattan's most desirable full-service cooperatives, on one of the Upper East Side's most picturesque blocks, residence 5A exudes prewar charm and elegance.
The home offers discreet luxury, accessible through a semi-private elevator landing that leads to an elegant gallery which serves as the central corridor of this stunning four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home. The bright and spacious living area boasts a wood-burning fireplace with an intricately carved mantel and an adjacent dining area complete with a wet bar. Four oversized windows frame picturesque views of the architecturally distinct St. James' Church on East 71st Street.
On the other side of the gallery find an oversized den or library, powder room, home office and an eat-in kitchen replete with stainless steel appliances, ample storage, and room for a breakfast table. The back of the house boasts an expansive pantry, laundry facilities, and a staff room with an en-suite bathroom.
Beyond a private hallway, a separate bedroom wing with the home's four bedrooms assure privacy and a peaceful living experience. The primary suite includes abundant closets, a windowed bathroom, and a well-proportioned corner primary bedroom that can seamlessly connect to the adjoining bedroom, effectively extending the primary suite. Two additional generously sized bedrooms share a bathroom and bask in natural light from southern and eastern exposures.
30 East 71st Street is a distinguished prewar cooperative, constructed in 1928 and occupying an entire city block along Madison Avenue with its sister building at 33 East 70th Street. This full-service coop features a 24-hour attended lobby with a resident manager and offers amenities such as a recently renovated lobby, fitness center, bicycle storage, laundry facilities and private storage. The co-op is pet friendly, allows pied- -terre ownership and 50% financing. Located in Lenox Hill, the building is conveniently positioned near Madison Avenue's best shopping, the Frick Museum, renowned dining options, transportation hubs, and the iconic Central Park.