Postwar Coop Built 1964 in
Upper East Side
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Unobstructed views of the East River and John Jay Park are the focal point the moment you enter this spacious corner two bedroom, two bathroom cooperative located in the John Jay House, on East 76th between York Avenue and the East River.
Residence 14D features a sun-drenched, large scale corner great room with phenomenal views of the river through the large east and north facing windows. An adjacent galley kitchen features granite countertops, a Subzero refrigerator, gas stovetop and oven, and built-in microwave.
A central hallway leads to the bedroom wing. The large northern facing primary bedroom features a gracious closet, and en-suite bathroom with bathtub. The secondary bedroom, also with a northern exposure, has two separate closets with an adjacent marbled bathroom with stand-up shower. Other highlights of this gracious home include freshly painted walls, a spacious walk-in storage closet, and through-wall air conditioners.
Perfectly situated on the quiet tree-lined cul-de-sac street, The John Jay House is a well-run pet-friendly cooperative red brick post war building. Amenities include a gorgeous lobby, part-time doorman (8:00am to midnight!), live-in super, central laundry room, and bike room. The updated roof deck boasts a BBQ grill and outdoor furniture and spectacular views of the East River. 520 East 76th Street is conveniently located two blocks from the East River Promenade with easy access to Upper East Side restaurants, shopping, and transportation.