This spacious, pre-war residence is imbued with classic charm. It features three bedrooms and two bathrooms in addition to a formal living room, dining room, home office, balcony, reading area, and two wood-burning fireplaces. The home's welcoming foyer is flanked by a windowed home office and a cedar coat closet. It leads to the formal living room, which boasts a wood-burning fireplace and offers scenic East River and garden views. The primary bedroom offers generous closet and storage space and an elegantly tiled bath, while the second bedroom-featured in Architectural Digest-includes designer shelves, crown molding, and cabinetry custom designed by Peter Marino. Closets in the principal bedroom are lined with cedar. The living room is connected to a long, museum-style gallery leading to the formal dining room, kitchen, third bedroom, library area, and second bathroom. The formal dining room features a second wood-burning fireplace and new French doors that offer direct access to a private balcony. The home's gourmet eat-in kitchen is a chef's dream and offers plenty of counter and storage space in addition to a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a new oven. Situated at the other end of the gallery, the third bedroom has two large closets and hardwood flooring. The second windowed bathroom contains the washer/dryer unit. The library area offers plenty of additional storage space. This sunlit home features original hardwood flooring, molding, and other historical design attributes. Beekman Terrace is one of the most unique buildings in New York City. Built in 1925, the Venetian palace-like structure is guarded by an attended building gate and features a planted courtyard, exercise room, laundry room, live-in super, and a stunning rooftop terrace. The building overlooks the East River and Peter Detmold Park. This 36-unit coop allows 50% financing, pied-a-terres, and pets. Some photographs are virtually staged.