362 East 69th Street - Upper East Side, New York
An historic home to such notable owners as a famous journalist and Nobel laureate, this exceptional 1899-built single-family townhouse with 3 stories and a full basement is a rare charmer in Lenox Hill. Situated on one of the Upper East Side's most enchanting blocks lined with other stately homes, this magical 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence also offers the tranquility of a huge planted patio (16'6" x 26'6") where you can privately relax or entertain outdoors. Upon entering the living space, you are immediately taken with the bright, airy ambiance brought to life by high ceilings and a generosity of floor-to-ceiling windows. Other elegant features include a sweeping staircase between floors, 2 charming fireplaces, beautiful built-in bookshelves, oversized closets throughout . The garden level boasts a large windowed kitchen with plenty of cabinet and counter space, an oversized stainless steel fridge and breakfast room for causal meals. More formal gatherings can be accommodated in the separate dining room that opens to the serene rear patio garden. The 2nd-floor presents an expansive living room and lovely library, both with fireplaces. On the quiet 3rd story sit 2 bedrooms, each with an ensuite bath. The location near fine shops and restaurants, the Midtown Business District, premier hospitals and transportation is also a prime attraction.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman