Charming 2 bed, 2 bath pre-war residence in one of the iconic "Black and White" co-ops. An entry foyer leads into the spacious, sun-flooded, 24-foot living/dining room with a wood-burning fireplace and tall, oversized windows facing South with partial river, garden and skyline views. A long hallway leads past the windowed kitchen with ample storage space to a large Master bedroom and second bedroom. Classic pre-war details abound throughout this historic home as well as 9'5" ceilings, lovely hardwood floors and good closet space. The unique "Black and Whites", comprised of four buildings, were originally built in 1894, and are located on a quiet, tree-lined, cul-de-sac on East 72nd Street overlooking a cobblestone park and the East River. Over the years they have been home to many notable residents including Paris Review founder George Plimpton. There are 2 public parks nearby as well as Sotheby's Auction House, the Q train and M101, M15 and M31 bus lines. BUILDING FEATURES: Key fob entry, security intercom system, live-in resident manager and porter who accept packages, bike room, storage bins for rent, when available. Washer/Dryer, Pied a terre, and Pets Allowed. 75% financing is permitted, 3% flip tax.