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305 East 72nd St. 11H, New York, NY 10021

Listing Details:
$1,119,500 Price
Co-op Property Type
Upper East Side Neighborhood
2 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,020 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Rooftop Access

PHOTOS TO COMEThis is a wonderful opportunity to own a well-appointed Junior 4 on an upper floor in an iconic, full service building just steps from the new 2nd Avenue subway. Upon entry, a separate foyer opens up into the 13' x 21' living room facing northwest. Just off the living room is a corner second bedroom with open views facing north and west. This bright room can be used as an office space or a bedroom, or both!The updated kitchen is equipped with modern amenities plus a window allowing light throughout most of the day. The sun-drenched Master Bedroom faces northeast. Other features include: renovated marble bath with window; creatively hidden storage space and 5 closets. Washer/dryer allowed in the apartment with board approval. Convenient UES location near restaurants and shops and the new Q line subway stop right on your corner! The building features a massive well-appointed marble lobby with a full-time doorman, live-in super, 24-hour fitness center, roof deck, large laundry room and bike & storage space. Pets and pied-a-terres are allowed.Charing Cross House, at 305 East 72nd Street, is a luxury full service, 24-hour doorman, postwar co-op located in the Lenox Hill section of the Upper East Side, recessed off the northwest corner of 2nd Avenue. Built in 1956, the 178-unit residence is comprised of two buildings: a 6-story north building facing East 73rd Street, which is connected by a wide corridor to the 17-story south building facing East 72nd Street, one of the most sought-after streets on the Upper East Side. The entrance to the residence is on East 72nd Street, set back from 2nd Avenue. The lobby, halls and elevators have all been tastefully renovated, well-suiting this Upper East Side residence. The building was named Charing Cross House in honor of Helene Hanff, a long-time resident of the building, and the author of "84, Charing Cross Road," the delightful, best-selling chronicle of a 20-year transatlantic love affair-by-mail which she wrote while in residence in 1970.

Listing courtesy of Halstead Property, LLC

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