One Lexington, an address that speaks for itself, includes a key to Gramercy Park. Through a window in time enter this historic 1910 building to residence 9D, which boasts a wood-burning fireplace, ten foot high ceilings, original hard wood floors and a sun-filled living and dining room. Additionally, cleverly designed French doors open to the windowed kitchen with expansive cabinetry and sprawling counter space. Finally, two bedrooms that are equally filled with light and a well-placed windowed bath make this home the pearl in the oyster. One Lexington Avenue was built in 1910 and is a twelve-story cooperative with twenty-five residences. Designed by noted architect Herbert Lucas, this magnificent building features extraordinary design details including a stately limestone and brick façade, elegant marble lobby and beautiful wood-paneled elevator. There is a full-time elevator operator, resident manager, storage and a bike room.