Bright southern exposure and charming prewar details characterize this quiet home. The 8th floor D-Line clears the low buildings behind it leaving an open area through to 55th Street with city building views. There is a grand entry which can also double as a dining or custom built office area. The living room is beautifully proportioned and extra wide at 14 x 19 - and is able to accommodate a dining area as well. Unique and rare herringbone parquet floors add another note of elegance to the space. The bedroom is very comfortable with a 4 x 5 walk-in-closet. The bathroom - originally with 2 entrances - could be re-opened if desired. Closets total 4 and include a Cedar Closet in addition to the wic. Both the kitchen and bathroom are windowed. A distinctive prewar one bedroom in an equally distinctive building that cannot be missed. 320 East 57th Street is a full service prewar cooperative centrally located at the crossroads of Sutton Place and Midtown East. Easy access in & out of the city. A boutique sized Whole Foods with all the best it has to offer is a hop, skip, and a jump away along with many other neighborhood niceties & necessities. This 1928 building features an elegant lobby designed by the Art Deco artist Edgar Brandt and a beautifully landscaped roof garden terrace. Amenities include 24-hour doorman, live-in super, bicycle room, laundry room, private storage, and mail delivered to your door. Pets and pieds-A-terre welcome.