Welcome home to this gem of a unit with the most desired layout in the building. Upon entering this home, you are greeted with an entrance to shake off the day and/or greet your guests. Making your way past the front door, you begin to see the simple charm and practical layout of this home that lends itself to any and all lifestyles. The unit has a South-West exposure and hardwood floors throughout.. The living room seems to be calling your name to walk in, sit down and relax or step out to your private balcony to catch your breath. The extra large windowed kitchen is a dream to work in as it comes with an amazing amount of cabinet and closet space, premium appliances, and a built-in wine cooler to house your favorite brands. The dining room is bright with natural light and has been and will continue to be host to celebratory meals and momentous occasions. All bedrooms are extra spacious and have ample closet space, while the master features an en-suite bathroom and 2 impressive walk-in closets. All closets are outfitted with California closets while both bathrooms are fully remodeled with floating vanities and hansgrohe fixtures. The Plaza Towers, built in 1964, is one of the premier white-glove cooperatives on the Upper East Side, nestled between Park and Lexington Avenues on East 60th Street. Spanning 33 floors with 232 units, the building contains everything from studios to three-bedrooms, some with outdoor space. When constructed, the building was stepped back from the road in order to allow for a covered circular driveway with an inviting fountain. There is a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a common roof-deck with sweeping views of Central Park, an adjacent garage, central laundry, a package room, common storage, and bike storage. 118 East 60th Street is situated in the heart of all that the Upper East Side has to offer, including prime shopping at Bloomingdale's and Bergdorf Goodman's, and high-end dining at restaurants such as Philippe, Il Mulino, Lavo, Tao, and Harry Cipriani. If this is not enough, then escape into Central Park, which is just a stone's throw away, or hop onto the subway (including the 4/5/6 and N/Q/R), just steps from the building, to go wherever in the city you like, whether it's the east or the west side, further uptown or downtown.