Amazing opportunity to live in the heart of Carnegie Hill. This beautifully proportioned and well-appointed two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is located just off Park Avenue on a lovely tree-lined Upper East Side street offering an ideal blend of serenity and energy.Natural sunlight is provided by the apartment's north, south and west exposures. The oversized living area, with hardwood floors and high beamed ceilings, easily serves both dining and entertaining needs. Each bedroom fits a king-size bed, and features double exposures. Adorned with pre-war details that include the windowed kitchen's original, windowed hardwood cabinetry, handmade Spanish tile backsplash, and marble countertops. The windowed bathroom features a soaking porcelain bathtub, pedestal sink, and subway tiles. Plenty of storage is provided by five oversized closets; including a large walk-in as well as a private locked storage space in the basement that is included in the purchase price.Built in 1923, 115 East 90th Street has 24-hour doorman, live-in superintendent, handyman, bike room and central laundry room. Conveniently located near the 4, 5, 6, Q subway lines, as well as walking distance to Central Park, the Reservoir and many of the city's best museums, galleries, restaurants and stores. Pets, pied--terre and 70% financing are permitted. In-apartment washer/dryers are permitted with board approval. Small flip tax paid by seller.Brand new elevators are being installed currently for which assessment has been fully paid., This two bedroom apartment is a very bright, tranquil apartment located in the heart of Carnegie Hill. Both bedrooms fit king size beds or two twin beds, plus furniture. The apartment has a charming marble kitchen with dishwasher, plenty of closet space throughout and comes with its own storage unit.Located inside a pet friendly, beautiful pre war building, with a full time doorman, live in super and laundry room in the building. You also have the possibility of adding your own washer and dryer in the apartment.Close to 92 Y. Steps away from Central Park, Museum Mile, 2 blocks away from Cooper Hewitt Museum, several restaurants, Whole Foods and Fairway supermarkets, the 4, 5, 6 and Q trains.