A grand scale 8-room home in one of the finest prewar cooperatives on the Upper East Side. The unusually low maintenance of $1,166 per month is a testament to the pristine financial position of this white-glove cooperative. Enter from the semi-private elevator landing into a 26-foot gallery with beautifully preserved herringbone oak floors and 10-foot high beamed ceilings. The oversized living room has a wood-burning fireplace and exquisite views of townhouse gardens to the east. There are three master-sized bedrooms, each with a bathroom en suite and abundance of closets. There is a dining room, a library and separate powder room. The expansive kitchen extends into the butler's pantry with breakfast table and secretary nook. In addition, there is a fourth bedroom with full bath. The combined staff rooms, situated on the 1st floor, offer flexible use either as a home office, wine storage, or for a live-in. The home is in good condition. Built in 1927, 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. 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 magnificently renovated lobby, a gym, private storage, and a laundry room. Pets are welcome.