Meticulously renovated from top to bottom, this home features stunning hardwood floors, 9-foot-tall ceilings and bright windows facing south and east. Arrive through a gracious gallery entry to find a large living room lovely millwork and designer lighting. The roomy kitchen is beautifully arranged with glass-front cabinetry and brand-new, high-end stainless steel appliances, including a gas range and dishwasher. The corner queen-size bedroom features a wide reach-in closet, and the renovated windowed bathroom gleams with stunning tilework and brand-new fixtures. Another large closet in the hall and entryway ensure there's plenty of room for storage in this move-in-ready Carnegie Hill co-op.
150 East 93rd Street is a stately brick and limestone prewar building designed by George and Edward Blum in 1923. Residents of the well-established, well-run cooperative enjoy a beautiful 24/7 attended lobby, live-in superintendent, large laundry facilities, storage, bike racks and a delightful private courtyard. Liberal board policies permit pets, pieds-à-terre, guarantors, co-purchasing and financing up to 80 percent. Maintenance is approximately 50 percent tax deductible.
Located on a serene, tree-lined block in the heart of the Upper East Side's desirable Carnegie Hill neighborhood, this spectacular home is one block from the 92Y and three blocks from Central Park and the Museum Mile. Wonderful shops, cafés and nightlife line the nearby blocks, and gourmands will enjoy easy access to Westside Market, Whole Foods and Fairway. Transportation is a breeze with the 6 and Q trains and crosstown bus service within blocks. There is a 2% flip tax paid by buyer.
Last Asking: Feb 07, 2020
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,460
Exclusively listed with: Compass
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