Once a Yacht club, fashion venue, and storied speakeasy – Club 1/3 has been reborn as a modern residence with a sprawling private backyard. The home is massive and meticulously renovated with spectacular finishes and oversized windows that flood the home with natural light and glorious ambiance. The backyard is amongst the largest private outdoor spaces in New York City providing over 6000 square feet of tranquility and nature. No detail has been overlooked on the interior as every system and appliance is brand new including central HVAC, semi-private elevator, oversized chef's kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, and five wonderfully proportioned bedrooms. Situated at the end of a rare Manhattan cul-de-sac, 450 East 52nd Street is a 14 story pre-war coop that boasts a Venetian-Gothic Façade of stone and brick. Officially called The Campanile, Dorothy Parker dubbed the building, Wit's End. Only its glamorous and illustrious residences overshadow the building's colorful and storied history. Some of New York City's most glamorous residents have called The Campanile “home” including Gretta Garbo, Alexander Woollcott, Mary Virginia Martin, Edgar J Kauffman, and Henry Heinz. Can be purchased fully furnished.