Welcome to an extraordinary residence nestled in the coveted Upper East Side neighborhood, just off the prestigious Park Avenue. This impeccably maintained large one-bedroom home exudes timeless charm with its prewar elegance and meticulous attention to detail. Upon entering, you'll be captivated by the grandeur of the 10-foot ceilings adorned with exquisite crown moldings and a wood-burning fireplace, creating an atmosphere of refined sophistication. Gorgeous hardwood floors flow seamlessly throughout the space, lending an air of warmth and character. Every room is equipped with through-wall A/C units, ensuring comfort in any season. The gracious living room serves as the heart of this home, featuring a wood-burning fireplace as its centerpiece and tasteful built-in bookshelves that add both functionality and aesthetic appeal. The windowed kitchen boasts full-size appliances and a dishwasher, making it a practical and inviting space. The bedroom offers ample closet space and comfortably accommodates a king-size bed, creating a serene haven for relaxation. The bathroom retains its original details, including a soaking bathtub, original sink, and fixtures. These elements add a touch of nostalgia and charm to the space. This remarkable apartment is located within a charming 1910 building, situated between Park and Madison Avenue. Steeped in history, it sits just a few doors down from the original family home of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, further enhancing the allure of this landmark area. The cooperative building boasts a live-in superintendent, laundry room, a convenient storage options, and has a pet-friendly policy. It also allows pied- -terres, ensuring flexibility and convenience for residents. Please note that sublets are not allowed, and there is a 2% flip tax, and 70% max financing. Don't miss this opportunity to witness firsthand the unique qualities that make this home an exceptional jewel within the Upper East Side's beautiful historic enclave. Please keep in mind that although the apartment is legally a two-bedroom, the current owner has converted it into a one-bedroom, resulting in a larger living room.