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211 East 53rd St. PHA, New York, NY 10022

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$895,000 Price
Condop Property Type
Midtown Central Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,670 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Terrace

High above the clamor of the city is this stunning one bedroom retreat with a lush planted terrace. No expense has been spared in the beautiful and thoughtful renovations. From the new kitchen with lots of counter space and storage, to the in wall sound system as well as accent lighting you really feel like you are home when you enter. Closets, closets and more closets, thoughtfully hidden away are a wonderful surprise in your new home. . The newly renovated bathroom has a huge soaking tub to wash away the stress of the day. Whether entertaining or just a quiet time at home, your terrace provides the tranquility we are all seeking today. When Broadway reopens you are a few short blocks from theaters and there are more choices for dining in the neighborhood than you can count. The Hawthhorne is a full service cond-op building with a newly renovated laundry room, live in super and pets are welcome. There is a planted roof terrace for the resident's use in the building, and storage units. There is a flat fee of $153 monthly for utilities. Most of all, there is no board approval and there is an easy sublet policy. There is on site parking and the subway on the corner.

Listing courtesy of Halstead Property, LLC

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