Found in a full-service Pre-War cooperative in the heart of Carnegie Hill, this charming 4-room offers well-proportioned spaces, 9’6” ceilings and lovely Pre-War details such as original wainscot millwork which line the walls. The open entrance gallery, wide enough to be used as a dining foyer when the need arrives, leads into a spacious, sun-filled living room featuring hardwood floors, a decorative fireplace, and open views south over the old Madison Avenue Armory. The windowed kitchen features custom cabinetry, ample counter space, Avanti oven and range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and Frigidaire dishwasher. The apartment has two large bedrooms, each with en-suite windowed baths and walk-in closets - both very serene.
Built in 1900, 1361 Madison Avenue, once the housing for members of the Squadron A cavalry, is one block from Central Park and is a landmarked, pet-friendly, doorman building with a live-in superintendent, bike room, and laundry facilities. Located in the heart of the Carnegie Hill Historic District, one of uptown's most charming neighborhoods - lined with trees and offering quaint boutiques and wonderful cafes.