In 1923, F. P. Platt and Brother, who also designed Astor Court and NY Athletic Club, designed this lovely, boutique nine story prewar building on tree-lined West 74th Street, with only four apartments per floor (39 total; there have been some combinations), two elevators and a lovely landscaped roof deck. This sunny southern facing Classic five home overlooks beautiful West 74th Street. Its spacious entrance foyer leads to a wide open living room and formal dining room. An equally sun-filled master bedroom easily accommodates a king-sized bed and features an en-suite bath, it also offers a wealth of custom built-in closets and overhead storage. One of only a handful of apartments graced with four wrought iron Juliet balconies off both the master bedroom and living room, offering a lovely platform to display flowers and plants. The second bedroom is sizeable and quiet and features an en-suite half bath, which could be a full bath if desired (subject to board approval). A handsome windowed, well-crafted kitchen features granite counter-tops, cabinet space, and a stacked, vented full size washer and dryer. This home further features over 9 ft. beamed ceilings (9' 4") and hardwood floors. The cooperative is secured by a double-door video intercom system and has a long-time live-in super (over 20 years) and porter. The building is pet friendly and has a serene and beautiful roof deck, as well as laundry and play area in the basement. Bike storage and private storage may be available for a fee. Right in the epicenter of the West 70s, 151 West 74th Street is easily accessible to Lincoln Center, equidistant to Central and Riverside Park, and close to Citarella, Fairway, and Trader Joe's. The 72nd Street 1,2,3, express and local trains are two short blocks away and bus service is conveniently around the corner.