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62 West 62nd St. 12A, New York, NY 10023

$1,075,000
In Contract
Listing Details:
$1,075,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
733 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,080 Maint/CC
$821 RET
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Key Features:
Courtyard
Doorman
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Description:

Move right into this beautiful, designer-renovated one-bedroom one-bath condo. Located one block to Central Park and Lincoln Center, and two blocks to Columbus Circle, you have parks and plazas, culture and conveniences right at your door. The fully equipped, renovated kitchen is open to the living room. There is ample space to entertain and relax and also to work from home. South/east-facing corner windows stream light in throughout much of the day. A good-sized bedroom with double window shades, renovated marble bathroom, and plenty of closets make this a comfortable home. Residence 12A is available fully or partially furnished (with all new furniture), or is ready for your own. There is an assessment for new elevators in place for $ 121.37 per month until 12/23.

The Allegro is a full-service condo with 24/7 staff, and a striking, soaring lobby and entry garden. Call the listing agent, the Allegro resident broker, for this and other listings.

Property tax shown is for owner-occupants

Agent:
Andrew Farber Lic. Assoc. RE Broker
Lic. as Andrew J Farber
Pamela Berman Lic. RE Salesperson
Lic. as Pamela L Berman

Discuss this property with Andrew and Pamela:

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