*Convertible 3 Bedroom*This unit is set as a 2Bed/ 2 Bath unit, however, with a simple layout configurations, this can be converted into a 3 Bedroom unit.[See alternate Floor plan]Two apartments combined offer a massive unit that was designed to feel like a real home (Massive WIC, Island kitchen, real pantry etc)The caramel-hued custom cabinetry and coordinated tile back-splash add an elegant and rich ambiance to the space that opens into an adjoining dining area. Currently configured as a family room, this space could easily be converted into a queen-sized bedroom with a full bath featuring a combined shower-soaking tub unit with classic white subway tiles and warm wooden accents. The master suite greets you with Western and Northern exposures, a walk-in closet, and an en-suite bathroom with BOTH a glass-walled, walk-in shower AND a deep soaking tub. The crisp white bathroom vanity and toilet with soothing taupe tile and wood accents help melt away any tension or stress from a hard day.Constructed in 1949 and designed by famed architect Rosario Candela, it was converted to condominiums in 1985. This is a combined unit featuring 1,353 sq. ft. of space with storage, modern finishes, and it is FULLY sound-proofed serving as the ultimate urban oasis.Upon entering the unit there is a foyer and coat closet that flows into the open concept kitchen-dining area. The gourmet kitchen features a separate pantry, large marble work surface, and a granite-topped island that serves as a breakfast bar. There is a Bosch dishwasher, Kitchen Aid refrigerator, and five burner General Electric gas range with a conduction oven.Building amenities include a full-time doorman, central laundry, an elevator, as well as common storage and a live-in super. The nearest subways are the E, M, and 6 located at Lexington Ave-53rd St with easy access to all major bus lines. This neighborhood is nearby some of the best restaurants in the world, top shopping, and cultural landmarks blending the best of New York City with the ease of commuting to all five boroughs, the Long Island Expressway, as well as all major airports and train lines.