Architectural Digest-worthy Classic 6 to 7! This sprawling, exquisitely renovated home is the epitome of classic prewar elegance melded with modern design! Enhanced by triple exposures for beautiful natural light, this trophy home boasts 3 bedrooms, 3 full windowed bathrooms, oversize living room, formal dining room, open kitchen, washer/dryer, wood-burning fireplace, semi-private landing, formal entrance gallery, over 9-foot beamed ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, private storage unit, modest monthly maintenance, and attractive pocket doors permitting the dining room to be either open or closed to the living room. The home's kitchen has been gut renovated with natural stone countertops and backsplash, an in-unit W/D, and all stainless steel appliances including a SubZero refrigerator, Wolf range and range hood, and Miele dishwasher. Designed by architect George F. Pelham and built in 1928, 136 East 64th Street is a distinguished white-glove cooperative between Lexington and Park Avenues where residents enjoy a full-time doorman, gorgeous lobby, laundry facilities, and live-in superintendent. Permitted: pets, pied-a-terre, washer/dryers, through-wall A/C, central A/C, and up to 50% financing. The building's outstanding location provides unmatched accessibility to the Upper East Side's finest shopping, dining, parks, schools, museums, and public transport (the F, N, and Q trains are 1 block away and the 5, 6, N, R, and W trains just 4 blocks away). Within 1 block you have both an Equinox and a Soul Cycle, and 3 blocks will take you to Central Park!