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The best prewar 3-bedroom value on the upper East Side!
This classic, high floor seven-room Upper East Side residence in a boutique prewar cooperative is ready for you to make it your own. The traditional layout, with 3-bedrooms and 2 baths, provides for gracious living and entertaining. Come see for yourself how you can create your dream home.
A thoughtfully configured floor plan offers a perfect separation of common rooms and private quarters. The bedrooms are accessed via a long hallway. A working fireplace serves as the focal point of the generously-sized formal living room with an open city view. Opposite the fireplace, the adjacent formal dining room can be opened up to form a dynamic 23'x20' great room. Both rooms face south with traditional triple windows
The large, windowed kitchen, has been opened to the living area with a breakfast bar for enjoying your morning coffee. It has wood cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and plenty of counter space.
The serene primary bedroom with an enlarged windowed bath en-suite, is a welcomed urban retreat. The second and third bedrooms share a windowed bathroom with soaking tub that also serves as a guest bath, while a smaller fourth bedroom with a potential en-suite bath (plumbing in place) can be used as a staff room, guest bedroom, or office. It is currently a laundry room. Original prewar details, natural light from three exposures, hardwood floors and 9' foot beamed ceilings complete this not to be missed gem.
108 East 82nd Street is an elegant, full-service prewar cooperative built in 1916 by noted architects Schwartz and Gross. The building has a twenty-four hour doorman, porter, and live-in superintendent. Each apartment is allocated a large storage unit. Amenities include a planted roof deck, bicycle storage, and a laundry room. There are auxiliary rooms for rent on the top floor providing options for live-in help or additional work space, and are allocated through a waiting-list.
Located on a pretty tree-lined block just off Park Avenue, directly two blocks from the front door of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the rest of the Museum Mile (Fifth Avenue) and Central Park. It is surrounded by some of the city's finest schools, shops, and restaurants. Parking garage is available across the street. Easy access to both East Side subway lines (4/5/6/Q), crosstown buses at 86th & 79th Streets, LI beach buses, and other transportation.
Pet friendly; no pied-a-terre. Max 60% financing; a 3% flip-tax is payable by buyer.
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