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Views, Glorious Views

By Rick Wohlfarth
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Views from every room in this gracious 6.5 room top floor apartment in The Clebourne, a full-service established pre-war (1913) cooperative designed by renowned architects Schwartz & Gross. Upon entering Apartment T2's foyer, you can't help but notice the fabulous northern views from the living and dining rooms' oversized windows. The large side-by-side Living/Dining rooms come complete with those special details found in a pre-war building: French Doors, 10 ceilings, original moldings, 6 high wainscoting, dadoes and parquet floors. The living room also captures north and eastern city views to the Tri-boro Bridge and beyond, which is currently being used as the dining room. There's a windowed eat-in kitchen with a butler's pantry and a windowed maids room with bath and closet. The hall off the entry/reception room leads to the bedroom wing, all with eastern exposures. The master bedroom offers two mirrored closets and oak flooring, separated by a full bath next to a generously-sized se