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One of the best values on the market for a true prewar classic seven, this chic and spacious apartment has a perfect layout. Accessed off of a semi-private landing, the proper foyer enters into a spacious living room with 9 4 ceilings that are enhanced by architecturally-striking raised doorways. Adorned with Gracie wallpaper, the formal dining room is used as a handsome library with built-in bookshelves. Off of the dining room is a butler's pantry, windowed eat-in-kitchen as well as staff room with half bath and washer dryer. A private bedroom hallway, accessed off the foyer, leads to three bedrooms. At the end of the hallway is the primary bedroom with two closets and an en suite bath with double sinks. The lovely second and third bedrooms share a well-placed hall bath. Located on the hallway is an oversized linen closet which doubles as storage. Notable details throughout the apartment include herringbone floors, through-the-wall air conditioning and abundant prewar patina. Built in 1915, 161 East 79th Street is a full-service prewar cooperative located on a most attractive tree-lined Upper East Side block. There is a full time doorman, live-in resident manager, a bicycle room, laundry room and storage room. Mail and packages are delivered to one's door. 50% financing is permitted as are pets. There is a 2% flip tax paid by the purchaser.