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19 East 73rd St. 4, New York, NY 10021

$2,198,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$2,198,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Upper East Side Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,500 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,400 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Fireplace
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Description:

19 E 73rd Street is the epitome of the Upper East Side. Situated a stone's throw from Central Park between Fifth and Madison Avenues, its classic pre-war brownstone architecture is surrounded by the modern luxury of this exclusive New York City neighborhood.

The keyed elevator opens directly into a charming, full floor 1500SqFT 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom home with soaring 11ft ceilings and pre-war detailing throughout.

The Primary Bedroom comfortably fits a king size bed, with en-suite bathroom and standing shower. The large, original windows face South and overlook 73rd Street, its classic New York Beaux Arts architecture and hints of Central Park just down the block.

The enormous Living Room has beautiful morning sunlight, with charming french doors and a Juliet balcony. This area can be arranged to your taste as daybed/cushioned reading area. Both the Primary Bedroom and Living Room have the original wood burning fireplaces encased in pre-war marble mantle and surround.

The East-facing Second Bedroom has a lovely en-suite, windowed bathroom, and a view for all seasons.

Originally built in 1871 as a single residence by architect J. W. Marshall, 19 E 73rd Street was home to the Palmers family who commissioned a Neo-Federal facade redesign in 1908, and has been recognized by the New York Landmarks Commission. Later, the Starrs family occupied the townhouse until 1946 at which time the building was converted to prime full-floor apartments full of wonderful character and fantastic light.

Listing courtesy of LG Fairmont Group LLC

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