Showing by appointment only on Sunday March 30th from 2:00PM-3:00PM. You Must call or email to make an appointment. This extra-large 1-bedroom is the quintessential pre-war home. Located within one of the historic Southgate buildings, this cooperative features a spacious entrance foyer, living room with built-in bookshelves and wood burning fireplace, dining alcove, numerous closets, beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. The functional kitchen features stainless steel appliances, abundant storage and granite countertops. Recently renovated, the windowed bathroom maintains the original prewar charm. No Board Approval.
Built in 1930 as one of the five sister residences that are collectively known as Southgate, 433 East 51st Street is a 13 story, 81 unit pre-war cooperative. Built by the Bing & Bing real estate development company, designed by the world class architect, Emory Roth; these buildings offer the brilliance of Mr. Roth's architecture and the sturdy and elegant bones of a 1930 Bing & Bing building. The building features a full-time doorman, landscaped garden, laundry, storage and bike rooms. Pied-a-terre and pets are allowed.