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New York City NYC
$315,000

1 West 126th Street, 2E

1 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 825 Square Ft
$315,000

1 West 126th Street, 2E

1 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 825 Square Ft
Neighborhood:
1 West 126th Street , 2-E New York, NY, 10027
Features
  • Eat-in Kitchen
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Southern Exposure
Building Amenities
  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pre-war
Co-op $315,000
Maint/CC: $453
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This sunny, south and west facing one bedroom co-op home with a den / guest room / home office (via the transformational magic of pocket doors) awaits.

1 West 126th Street is a landmark, art deco, pre-war building in Harlem in the desirable neighborhood of Mt. Morris Park. The building has a rich history, and is the former home of legends such as: Eartha Kitt, Billy Eckstine and Della Reese.

The building has an elevator, live-in super and laundry room on-site. 1 West 126th Street is an HDFC income restricted co-op. The annual household income restrictions are determined by 165% of the area median income and are as follows:

1 Person: $104,775 Max


2 Persons: $119,625 Max


3 Persons: $134,640 Max


4 Persons: $149,490 Max

Cats are allowed. Sorry, no dogs. It is possible to obtain mortgage financing in the building.

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