Rarely does such a pristine and well-renovated 8-room, pre-war cooperative come on the market. After undergoing a meticulous two-year renovation, this immaculate high-floor, sun-flooded home defines the term, “turn-key.” With only the highest quality fixtures, hardware, finishes and appliances, this apartment offers three corner rooms with open city and sky views, and light from all directions throughout the day.
Enter the home through an antiqued mirror-flanked foyer, which leads to a gracious dining room walled with hand-stenciled grass cloth. The living room, which faces south over Hunter College’s beautiful Thomas Hunter Hall, offers 10-foot ceilings and a newly relined wood-burning fireplace. The elegant den, with Ralph Lauren brass lighting and custom built-ins, sits elegantly off the light-filled corner eat-in kitchen, which boasts Glassos countertops and top-of-the-line appliances from Miele, Sub-Zero and Wolf.
The private bedroom wing features three bedrooms and two full baths. The sumptuous corner master suite sits on the southwest corner of the home, with open views and an abundance of closet space and built-in storage. The en-suite master bath features herringbone Carrera marble floors, Lefroy Brooks hardware and a Kohler tub. All bathrooms offer radiant heated floors. A home-office (or maid’s room) with custom built-ins has a full bathroom and completes this rare offering. Features of the home include six zones of air-conditioning, nine zones of Sonos-controlled sound (with speakers inconspicuously concealed in walls and ceilings) and a full-size vented washer and dryer.
129 East 69th Street is a full-service white-glove pre-war cooperative with live-in super, fitness and bike rooms in the heart of Lenox Hill - only moments away from Central Park, and the high-end shopping and dining of Madison and Fifth Avenue. Apartment 10B conveys with a large storage room.