This marvelous and grand simplex, is superbly located in the heart of the Upper East Side, in one of New York's most prestigious white-glove cooperatives. The 12 into 11 room residence is graced with views of the gorgeous limestone Metropolitan Museum facade, and the leafy and verdant Koch Plaza tree arbor. Three of the principal rooms front directly on the Avenue. Thus allowing the divine corner Library, as well as the Study, and a tremendous Living Room that is distinguished by absolutely gorgeous period mahogany paneling, to take full advantage of this delightful vista. The public rooms also include a lovely and large square Dining Room as well as an impressively scaled Gallery, a private entry Foyer and two wood burning fireplaces. Similarly, the four pretty bedrooms have pleasant and sunny outlooks onto the tree-lined environs of 83rd Street. One of the bedrooms is especially large and features a fireplace, and the wing also includes three baths and abundant closet space. Beyond there is a very spacious Kitchen and Pantry, as well as a Laundry Room, Double Staff Room and a Staff Bath. The myriad architectural merits and stellar floor plan of this stunning apartment aptly convey the greatness of the top echelon of prewar cooperative residences. Moreover it is remarkable how impeccably these rooms have stood the test of time. The proportions are gorgeous, and the extraordinarily thoughtful designs of the architects of yesteryear easily facilitate todays lifestyle with grace and comfort, both for families and for grand entertaining. Original details such as hardwood floors and period moldings abound, and sunlight is a constant in this most delightful apartment.