All the windows of this exceptionally grand five-room pre-war home offer open views of the East River and beyond. In addition, this sale includes a large staff room on the 3rd floor. The large living room has a wood-burning fireplace and enjoys abundant sunlight from three picture windows. The corner dining room has herringbone floors and double exposure views of the 59th Street Bridge. The private quarters feature two bedrooms with their own bathrooms. This home has the finest bones, lots of closets, a washer/dryer, and central air. Built in 1929 by the architectural firm Cross and Cross, 25 East End Avenue is among the finest pre-war white glove cooperative buildings. The very friendly staff includes full-time doorman, live-in resident manager, and porters. There is a gym, a bike room, and storage. Pets are welcome.