Bring your architect to this newly listed classic eight-room home in estate condition at the coveted 33 East 70th Street. This residence is defined by its grand scale and flexible layout. Enter from the semi-private elevator landing through a 26-foot gallery with beautifully preserved herringbone oak floors and over 10-foot high beamed ceilings. The oversized living room has a wood-burning fireplace and three large windows overlooking adjacent town house gardens to the east. Three master bedrooms have their own walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms. The kitchen, butler's pantry, staff rooms, and adjoining bath can be redesigned to meet the aesthetic of either traditional or modern homemaker. The unusually low maintenance is a testament to the pristine financial position of this fine white-glove cooperative. Sited on the corner of East 70th Street and Madison Avenue, this is arguably the most sought-after location on the Upper East Side, steps from Central Park and the Frick Museum. Built in 1927, 33 East 70th Street is among the finest cooperatives on the Upper East Side. This full-service building boasts a full staff of doormen and porters, as well as a live-in resident manager. There is on-site valet, a newly renovated lobby and gym, private storage, and a laundry room. Pets are welcome.