Enjoy this fabulous convertible one-bedroom, original studio pre-war gem on the most picturesque tree-lined street in Upper East Side. Perfectly perched between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue, just up three easy flights, apartment 4A is an elegant estate condition residence boasting stunning architectural details including soaring high ceilings, pre-war moldings, an original wood burning fireplace, custom built-in cabinetry, and pristine hardwood floors. Bathed in natural northern light, the apartment also features a closed separate kitchen, gracious entry way, abundant closet space, oversized windows, and beautiful treetop and brownstone views. With vision and a designer touch, it’s the perfect canvas to create your dream home. The epitome of sophistication and elegance, 44 East 65th Street, is a landmarked boutique townhouse co-op built in 1920. With the brick façade, high columns, arched windows, and French doors upon the entrance, the building was originally the property of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The building has a lower limestone exterior, a grandeur chandelier-lit marble foyer and classic pre-war staircase leading up to five floors and eight apartments. A truly rare opportunity to own a piece of old New York. The co-op permits up to 80% financing, pieds-a-terre, guarantors and gifting.