A pre-war condominium conversion in Manhattan is one of the great prizes in NYC real estate, both because such condos are so hard to find and because it's so hard to beat the combination of elegant pre-war architecture and modern conveniences on offer at the city's better pre-war listings. The apartments for sale at The Barbizon 63, a pre-war condominium development at 140 East 63rd Street, rank among not only the finest pre-war condo listings on the Upper East side, but among the most exclusive and opulent NYC condos on the market, period.
The Barbizon 63's distinctive limestone-and-brick architecture dates back to 1926 and numerous pre-war grace notes enliven the building's living spaces. State-of-the-art gourmet kitchens, new Bolivian rosewood hardwood floors and windowed, marble-accented baths embody the best of modern interior design, but the soaring ceilings and generous dimensions of the condos for sale at The Barbizon 63 are quintessentially pre-war. Oversized windows admit copious natural light and some breathtaking city views; the crown moldings around the French casement windows are vintage pre-war, but the energy-efficient windows in the frames are strictly 21st century.
Barbizon 63's dedication to contemporary comfort can be seen in its elite suite of amenities. The Barbizon 63's expected 24-hour doorman service is complemented by access to quintessentially, a luxury concierge service. Barbizon 63's Club Salon offers access to a handsome and spacious library, dining room with catering kitchen, as well as a 20-seat screening room; the modern fitness center features ascreening room; the modern fitness center features a large indoor pool.
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