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160 East 91st St. 7G, New York, NY 10128

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$359,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Carnegie Hill Neighborhood
-- Beds
1 Baths
400 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$747 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

AMAZING STUDIO - THE PHOTOS ARE STAGEDAn entry foyer lined with closet space welcomes you into this versatile studio that nicely accommodates living, dining and sleeping areas. Features include 9 ceilings, strip hardwood floors, west-facing windows, an open kitchen, and a newly-renovated bathroom. The apartment can be delivered unfurnished or partially furnished with a craftmatic bed, 2 night tables and bureau. Built in East 91st Street is a classic 8-story building with a part-time doorman, live-in superintendent and lobby-level laundry room. Located between Lexington and Third Avenues, in the desirable Carnegie Hill section of the Upper East Side, near the 92nd Street Y and Asphalt Green with an Olympic-size pool and fitness center. Other nearby fitness options include Boom Fitness, NYSC and Equinox. Also close by are Whole Foods, Fairway and other gourmet markets, plus restaurants Caf DAlsace, Flex Mussels, The Simone and many more. Take a short stroll west to access Central Park and east to Carl Schurz Park. To get around town, you can catch the 6 trains at 96th St or 86th St where you can also get the 4/5 express & crosstown bus and the 2nd Avenue subway on 86th and 2nd.raft sale description

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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