23 East 74th Street – The Volney was built in 1928 and was home to many famous artists in its heyday, including the famed artist Dorothy Parker in the 1920’s.
The Volney has beautiful, large apartments that are great for entertaining. These homes retain many coveted pre-war features – including wood floors and high ceilings – that will have guests swooning. The oversized windows are unencumbered by unsightly windowed air conditioners. Washer and dryer hookups are offered in each apartment. This building allows pets.
This gorgeous pre-war building is made of beige brick with a limestone base. Residents are welcomed home by a landscaped sidewalk, canopied landscape, and recently renovated lobby. The beautiful roof deck allows residents to enjoy a panoramic city view. This building is also fully staffed, including a full time doorman and live-in super.
23 East 74th Street stands on a quiet street in Lenox Hill. There are many cultural institutions nearby, including The Whitney Museum of American Art. For your more practical needs, check out Clyde’s Pharmacy or Butterfields Market just over on Lexington. For those who wish to enjoy the outdoors, Central Park is right down the street. A cross-town bus service is also conveniently close by.
If renting or buying a home at The Volney sounds like the right option for you, call (646) 568 – 7175 to speak to one of our agents. They will tell you about the available apartments for sale and what other apartments in this building have sold for in the past.