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135 East 54th St. 7L, New York, NY 10022

$750,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$750,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Midtown Central Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
725 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$918 Maint/CC
$962 RET
Key Features:
Doorman
Elevator
Laundry
Storage
Description:

A one-bedroom in the heart of midtown Manhattan with unbelievably plentiful of closets! A generously proportioned residence with a living room and an attached dining area. There are 5 huge closets two are walk-ins, with crown and base molding throughout, a lovely European kitchen, south exposure, city windows in the bedroom, through the window airconditioning units, and gorgeous floors. There is a tenant-in-place fitting for an investor purchase or it can be delivered vacant for self-occupied new owners.

Lex 54 condominium was built in 1949 designed by famed architect Rosario Candela who is renowned for some of New York's most coveted addresses. The building features a 24-hour doorman, a live-in superintendent, common storage & package room, bike room, central laundry room, and is wired for Spectrum and Verizon Fios. Pets are welcome. In close proximity to gyms, plenty of restaurants and bars, many subway lines 6, E, M, and crosstown buses.

There is currently a $219.42 monthly assessment. Kindly note that tenants work from home, a minimum of 2 days advance notice to schedule a viewing appointment is required.
Video Tour available upon request.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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