Extraordinary six bedroom Upper East Side home! One of the largest cooperative apartments in New York City, Apartment 12A boasts dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Carl Schurz Park and the East River. Light-filled and grand, the residence is timeless and inspiring, offering unrivaled proportions and classic design. The private elevator landing leads to a stunning central gallery that opens to the corner living room with a wood-burning fireplace and luminous water views. The other formal principal rooms include a baronial dining room and handsome library with a wood-burning fireplace. The large, windowed chef's kitchen opens to a breakfast room and family room - providing suburban comfort within Manhattan. The grand primary suite is lined with closets and consists of several south-facing rooms, including a private office and an oversized and newly renovated white marble bath. All secondary bedrooms are large in scale with ensuite baths. Other highlights include a full laundry room, powder room, central air, seventeen closets and storage in the basement. Since its completion in 1931, 120 East End has been one of the premier residential buildings in New York. Designed by Charles Platt, the building represents the finest of prewar residential architecture and is consistently ranked as one of the top co-ops in Manhattan. Vincent Astor built 120 East End Avenue, where he made his home for many years. Amenities include an elegant lobby, full-time staff, fitness center and private garden (where Vincent Astor once exercised his dogs). There is a 2% flip tax paid by the buyer.