Live life luxuriously in this traditional yet modern 6 Room Prewar Cooperative home beautifully designed with architectural details including: generously proportioned, light-filled rooms; new oversize windows; 10’ high beamed ceilings; original wood floors and period moldings throughout. Located in one of the Upper East Side’s most sought-after buildings, 29 East 64th Street is in the center of Madison Avenue’s prime shopping area, the flagship New York Chanel store is located in the building. The semi-private Vestibule leads into a large Entry Foyer detailed with marble floors. The south-facing Living Room, accented by a decorative fireplace for gracious living and entertaining, overlooks the beautiful tree-lined street. The double-sized Formal Dining Room leads to the windowed Chef’s Kitchen complete with marble counters and top-of-the-line appliances. It extends to an extra-large open Staff Room with Washer/Dryer which could easily be converted to a Breakfast Room/3rd Bedroom complete with a windowed Full Bath. A separate Bedroom wing offers a luxurious, oversize Primary Bedroom overlooking the serene tree-lined block with a windowed, marble Bath and a large 2nd Bedroom with a renovated, windowed, en-suite Bath. Both bedrooms offer abundant closets. 29 East 64th Street is a prestigious, luxury Prewar Cooperative designed by George Frederick Pelham and completed in 1922. A full service building located on a coveted tree-lined street just off Madison Avenue in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, one block from Central Park and near the finest shopping, museums, galleries and restaurants. The chic and sophisticated Cooperative offers white glove service with a 24-hour doorman and live-in Resident Manager. Pieds-a-terre allowed, Pets allowed with Board Approval, additional Laundry Room in the building, Bike Room and oversized 5’x10’ Private Storage included. There is a 2% flip tax paid by purchaser.