With its sunny treetop views, the complete renovation of this prewar co-operative is precisely detailed. This home perfectly balances old vs new, relaxed vs refined, and elegant vs comfortable. With all the major rooms facing South onto 57th Street, this beautifully proportioned, peaceful home includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, designated dining alcove and separate home office. Juxtaposed against the original hardwood floors high ceilings with crown mouldings, and gracious entrance foyer are skim coated walls, updated electrical and plumbing, custom cabinetry and through the wall air conditioning. The exceptional kitchen features an externally vented Wolff range with induction cooktop, Subzero Refrigerator, Caeserstone countertop and backsplash, and Miele dishwasher. The beautifully crafted Henrybuilt custom cabinetry and sleek open shelving provide abundant storage. Both windowed bathrooms have been impeccably renovated with distinctive tile and exquisite Lefroy Brooks fittings. In addition, there are two completely outfitted walk-in closets. This is a distinctive apartment for the discerning buyer. Designed by Emory Roth, the architect of many famed Manhattan apartment buildings, 435 East 57th Street is an intimate prewar cooperative. With only 4 apartments per floor, this handsome 16-story building features an elegant lobby, attentive staff with full-time doorman, individual private storage, gym, and central laundry area. Located on the prettiest block of 57th Street, 435 East 57th Street is convenient to Whole Foods, the newly renovated Sutton Park esplanade, neighborhood restaurants and numerous specialty shops. The building is pet friendly and allows pied-a-terre ownership.