Pre-War One Bedroom on a Tree-Lined Street
This light-filled one bedroom home in the desirable Eastgate complex is full of pre-war character, including hardwood floors, beamed ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. There is ample room for living, dining and a separate home office area. The open views from all windows, including the windowed kitchen and bathroom, give this apartment an airy feeling and the three oversized closets provide plenty of storage.
215 East 73rd Street is a well-maintained, full-service co-op, designed by Emery Roth and built in 1929 by Alexander and Leo Bing. Building amenities include full-time doormen, resident super, newly renovated lobby, gym, laundry, bike room and landscaped courtyard. Pets and in-unit washer/dryers are permitted; 75% financing. Monthly maintenance includes electricity and use of the gym. Located on one of the Upper East Side's most beautiful tree-lined blocks, the building is conveniently close to the Q/6 trains, the M72 crosstown bus, restaurants and shopping.
Showings by appointment only: M-F, 9-5, weekends 11-4.