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Imagine a place where all the phones have cords. Johnny’s still on the air, and your many attractive, female guests all take their shoes off before entering your sunken living room.
A Lenox Hill apartment, which could double as a set piece from the musical “Company,” is now on the market for $1.185 million.
The two-bedroom apartment that surely started off as a bachelor pad, features a dining room, a dressing area off the master bedroom, plenty of built-in bookshelves and storage areas, and beige — beige, as far as the eye can see.
And remember that old tip that a mirror makes the room feel larger? This apartment’s decorators really took that to heart. They’re on the walls, they’re on the columns, even the ceiling in the bedroom is mirrored.
“The truth is that somebody’s probably going to renovate the whole apartment, unless they really like that 70s vibe,” listing agent Doreen Courtright of Douglas Elliman told The Post.
The owners of the home are also working with Courtright, to decide whether to sell the place furnished.
In the current staging of the property, the house is full of modern light fixtures, a custom wraparound sofa, upholstered club chairs, an impressive collection of art, and Lucite-armed dining chairs that have recently resurfaced in popularity.
Surely there’s even an IBM Selectric typewriter somewhere in here just out of frame.
“I just wish I could have met the people who had designed it this way,” Courtright said. “I’d spoken to the daughter who said that they turned the second bedroom into a den and wet bar and would always entertain here.”
For prospective buyers, the sale, including the contents of the home, could also help mitigate the $6,380 maintenance fee each month.
Outside the apartment’s walls — beyond the building’s doorman and back in the present day — the Upper East Side neighborhood is a quiet one filled with old restaurants that have been around for generations, from Eli Zabar’s assortment of East Side outposts to dives like the Subway Inn. You could also just ride the Roosevelt Island Tramway back and forth — if you really get into that ’70s mindset, you can pretend it was only just built!