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311 East 3rd St. 22, New York, NY 10009

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$515,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Alphabet City Neighborhood
2 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$396 Maint/CC
Key Features:

Updated, convertible two bedroom (currently configured as one bedroom) HDFC apartment with charming details, including wooden beams with recessed lighting, modern fireplace, and exposed brick. Thoughtful touches like a (hidden) washer & dryer, top-of-the-line Miele, Bosch, and Liebherr kitchen appliances, and a finished walk-in closet blend practical convenience with pre-war charm.
On the fifth floor, the space is filled with light and pin-drop quiet. Great for entertaining, the apartment is designed with a 3-zone home entertainment system with a built-in 65” Samsung television and surround sound. Gorgeous updated bathroom with Carrera marble sink, Jacuzzi tub, and clean lines offers an oasis from the city in the heart of East Village.
The neighborhood is full of lush community gardens, bars, restaurants, and little shops. Multiple buses (M14D-SBS, M21, and M9) are right outside your door and can easily take you to Whole Foods, Union Square, the West Village, and more.
HDFC Restrictions: One Occupant $137,940, Two Occupants $157,575, Three Occupants $177,210, Four Occupants $196,845 (165% AMI). Gifting and co-purchasing on a case-by case basis. Bike storage on premise. Building pet policy allows cats but no dogs.

Listing courtesy of Prevu Real Estate LLC

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