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425 East 86th St 11-DE, New York, NY 10028

$1,950,000
Listing Details:
$1,950,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Yorkville Neighborhood
3 Beds
3 Baths
1,700 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$3,329 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Storage
Unit Laundry
Description:

This stunning high floor three bedroom home with three full windowed bathrooms captures open north views of the sky, Robert Kennedy Bridge, East River and city rooftops including the dome and steeple of St Joseph’s Church. A seamless combination of former one and two bedroom apartments, the renovated residence offers separated bedrooms for privacy, and adjacent Living Room and Formal Dining Room for easy entertaining. In mint condition throughout, it retains much of its original prewar charm featuring handsome hardwood floors and beamed ceilings. A lovely arched entry crowns the entrance to the grand 21’ Master Bedroom, past the versatile office space and two oversized walk-in closets. The marble master bath boasts double sink, soaking tub and separate shower. Two other baths are also clad in marble, and each has a shower stall and window. The windowed kitchen faces east for morning sun and has a subzero refrigerator, stainless steel professional series appliances and a stacked washer/dryer. New windows and through the wall air conditioners complete the picture.

Built in 1938, the well-run 17 story building was converted to co-op in 1981. There is a resident manager, attended elevator, bike and laundry rooms, and common storage. The co-op permits 75% financing, and dogs are welcome (NEW POLICY). Seller pays 2% flip tax. Convenient to transportation, the Q train and cross town and downtown buses are on the corner, and the 6 train is blocks away as are Carl Shurz Park and playground.

Hurry, this well priced property will not last.

Built in 1938, the well-run 17 story building was converted to co-op in 1981. There is a resident manager, attended elevator, bike and laundry rooms, and common storage. The co-op permits 75% financing, and dogs are welcome (NEW POLICY). Seller pays 2% flip tax. Convenient to transportation, the Q train and cross town and downtown buses are on the corner, and the 6 train is blocks away as are Carl Shurz Park and playground.

Hurry, this well priced property will not last.

Listing courtesy of CompassListing courtesy of Compass

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