New York City NYC
$575,000

226 East 95th Street, 506

1 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 550 Square Ft
$575,000

226 East 95th Street, 506

1 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 550 Square Ft
Neighborhood:
226 East 95th Street , 506 New York, NY, 10128
Features
  • Fireplace
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Southern Exposure
Building Amenities
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pre-war
Co-op $575,000
Maint/CC: $908
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Opportunity knocks! Here is your chance to own this special one bedroom, one bath duplex home with a beautiful private outdoor terrace located on the Upper East Side in a well-maintained prewar elevator co-op. The sleek and modern open kitchen is well designed with mahogany cabinets, a glass tile back splash, stainless steel appliances and custom concrete counters. This stunning apartment has a renovated bathroom, exposed brick, a wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, tons of southern light, high ceilings and through the wall A/Cs. A spiral staircase with a skylight above leads to the bedroom with built-in cabinets. At the foot of your bed is a sliding glass door opening onto a sizable decked terrace filled with planted foliage.

Imagine the entertaining or star gazing one can do on this terrace!

Steps away from the Second Avenue subway Q train, two blocks from the 6 train and a block from the crosstown bus. Near Whole Foods and the best shopping and restaurants the Upper East Side has to offer. The board will consider pied-a-terres, co-purchasing and parents buying for children. There is a laundry room in the building. Sorry, no dogs.

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Going Modern Thai Dining

The Corner Bookstore

E.A.T. Gifts

San Matteo Pizza Espresso Bar

Pizza Beach

Cascabel Taqueria

Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

Alice’s Tea Cup

Paola’s Restaurant

Bemelmans Bar, Carlyle Hotel

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Conservatory Gardens

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