Look no further! This rarely available sun-filled, high floor Classic 7 is what you have been waiting for. With grand proportions, high ceilings, original cove moldings, beautiful hardwood floors and triple exposures, south, east and west, this chic apartment is filled with sunlight and pristine prewar details. Enter through the spacious gallery and you are surrounded by timeless elegance. To the west, through a grand 24-foot living room with views of the Hudson River, to the east, a classic formal dining room. Just off the dining room is a sleek, modern eat-in chef's kitchen. With brilliant morning sun from its eastern exposure, it is complete with Butler's Pantry, top of the line appliances and washer/dryer. The three-bedroom wing offers privacy from the entertaining spaces of the apartment. The spacious Primary bedroom has double exposures over the Hudson and to the south, and boasts two large walk in closets. Each of the three bedrooms have walk-in closets and the third bedroom with en-suite bathroom could be used as a library/office space. About the building: In 1928, Emory Roth, a leading architect of luxury apartment houses in Manhattan, designed the stately Belvoir. Its Renaissance-inspired marble lobby is illuminated by sunny, lead glass windows. There are two elevator banks, each with a passenger and a service elevator. Residence 15A is located on the front (western) elevator bank with only three apartments per landing. Residents enjoy full-time doormen services, a live-in superintendent, and privacy. There are private storage facilities, a basement laundry room, and pets are welcomed!