325 East 77th Street is a beautiful, charming and very well maintained pre-war, co-op building. Built in 1939, the apartments have generous square footage and very livable layouts. Arched doorways and windowed, eat-in kitchens add to the charm of the building. The most beautiful roof deck in the neighborhood is a welcomed addition to a relaxed lifestyle. There is a clean spacious laundry room in the basement and a long term live in super. This co-op is located in one of Manhattan's premiere neighborhoods just steps from the city's finest boutiques, superb restaurants and the world's greatest real estate engine, Central Park.
The Upper East Side is a gradient of socio-economic prosperity. To the west, the Upper East Side is characterized by luxurious homes and a high standard of living. This area gained its reputation as one of the most affluent neighborhoods in NYC in the mid-1800s when the country’s wealthiest, including the Vanderbilts, Carnegies, Rockefellers and Roosevelts, moved into the neighborhood. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is on “Museum Row,” an area with a high concentration of museums, rounding out the elegance and grandeur that characterizes the western side of the Upper East Side.
Landscaped Front Garden, Close To Central Park, Laundry Room, Pets Allowed.