Your search for that quintessential, pre-war apartment with private residence feel ends here. 8 East 76th Street is a landmark townhouse condo built in 1890. Ride the elevator up to the third floor and come home to a spectacularly sunny and quiet two-bedroom. The gracious front living room boasts ten-foot ceilings, two wide windows, lovely moldings, and a wood-burning fireplace. It is large enough to accommodate multiple sitting areas as well as a dining table. The open space and large blank walls are ideal for art collectors. Just off the main hallway double pocket doors open to reveal a well-appointed kitchen with a SubZero, wall oven, electric range, and counters and cabinets aplenty. A separate laundry and storage room with new stackable washer and dryer is also found down the hall. The rear of the apartment is occupied by two bedroom suites with windows that overlook a cheerful garden and buildings green with ivy. The master bedroom suite features a fireplace, wall of hidden closets, and bathroom complete with sunken jacuzzi tub, double vanity, shower stall, and bidet. The second bedroom also has an ensuite full bathroom and multiple closets for wardrobe or storage. The condo is situated on a charming street of low townhouses steps from Central Park, The Met, Lenox Hill Hospital, boutique shopping, elegant dining, and more. The first floor of the building is home to the Tilton Art Gallery, and, for extra prestige, Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt were married here. Pets are allowed on a case by case basis. The rental term is 12 months, though the owner prefers at least 24 months. One-month security deposit.