First few photos are virtually staged. The apartment requires renovations.
Welcome to a charming Art Deco cooperative from the late 1930s located in the heart of the Upper East Side on 74th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. Upon entering the lobby, you'll find the warmth of a fireplace and feel like you're at home in this well-maintained building. The apartment is a classic pre-war, 1 bedroom that's lined with windows facing north, which fills the home with natural light. The high ceilings, substantial closet space and an open layout lends a great deal of potential for a complete renovation. You'll enter a proper foyer that's lined with closets, which leads to a step down living room to the left and a windowed kitchen directly in front with space for a small dining table in front. Beyond the living room is a large bedroom with windows wrapping around the corner of the room and a windowed bathroom.
The full-service doorman building with live in manager is pet-friendly and includes a courtyard garden, laundry facilities, individual storage for rent and a bicycle room. Upon architectural and Board review, washers/dryers have been allowed in unit on lower floors. Pieds a terre, purchasing for children and subleasing with Board approval. Up to 80 percent financing permitted. Building features include: elevator, live-in resident manager, 24-hour doorman, courtyard garden, bike room and storage. Pets allowed. Equinox is one block away, JG Mellon is on the corner and easy access to the 2nd Avenue subway as well as the 6 train. The 2% flip tax is split 50/50, between the buyer and seller.
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