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321 East 54th St. 2-A, New York, NY 10022

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$450,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Sutton Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,661 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access

LOOKING FOR A CASH DEAL AT $450K! NO ASSESSMENTS! FLEXIBLE SUBLET POLICY CAN SUBLET INDEFINITELY AFTER 2 YEARS OCCUPANCY. Bring your Contractor, needs work. Bathroom needs gut. This apartment is VIRTUALLY STAGED it has the potential of being charming as it has a lot of prewar details, Enter the apartment into a small vestibule, with room for a table and coat tree, to place your keys, and outer garments. Opposite the vestibule is a closet. As you continue down the hallway you will see a windowed galley kitchen on your left with brand new cabinets that were recently installed. With the exception of the bathroom the WHOLE APARTMENT FACES SOUTH overlooking the tree-lined street, 54th street, a very quiet block. Hi beamed ceilings and picture mouldings furnish the living room.The bedroom has a closet and two built in bookcases and can accommodate a King Size bed. The windowed bathroom needs updating it has a closet outside and is "the only window: that faces north. The wood floors throughout the apartment were recently sanded and stained. The apartment is an ESTATE property and is sold "as is" The Estate is offering one year's current maintenance at closing" Virtually staged.

History of the Building:- 321 East 54th Street is a charming red-brick, mid-block building erected in 1929 and converted into a coop in 1989. There are a total of 11 floors and 103 apartments. The building has a canopied entrance with a six-step-down lobby and a two-story rope pillar surround and tall arched windows in the center of the second and top floors. On the facade of the building, on the second story are attractive Hellenic-style bas-reliefs.
The Amenities in this building include a doorman seven days a week from 3-11 PM, a live-in super, a storage room and bike storage as well as a spacious laundry room and a stunning roof deck . Pied-a-terres are allowed, and there is unlimited subletting allowed after two years with board approval. The building is located on a beautiful tree-lined block with quick access to wonderful local restaurants... including the Smith; Sea Fire Grill, Angeletto's and Barolo East. Transportation:- Subways E, M and 6 lines; M57 crosstown bus, 2nd Avenue M15 and 1st Ave bus.
Grocery Shops:- Whole Foods, 57th Street between 1st & 2nd Avenues. Trader Joe's is opening 1st week of 12/21 located on East side of 1st Avenue under the 59th Street Bridge.
Parks:- In 2017 Sutton Place Park was claimed back by the city and made into a charming enclave that is located on the river with fabulous views of the 59th Street bridge and the East River between 58th & 59th Street.
Gyms:- include Equinox, SoulCycle and Blink Gym.
Neighborhood:- Sutton Place is an elegant neighborhood that is bordered by 53rd Street and 59th Street between First Avenue and the East River, it is a small, quiet community in the middle of a large bustling city.
SUBLET POLICY: Can rent with board approval after 2 years living in unit - Fee is 15% of one years maintenance. The board allows long term rentals.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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