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7 East 35th St. 8B, New York, NY 10016

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$4,250 Price
Co-op Property Type
Midtown South Neighborhood
1 Beds
1.5 Baths
875 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Balcony
Unit Laundry

No fee. (Brokers CYOF) Spacious loft-like triplex just off Fifth Avenue. This spectacular over-sized corner triplex truly makes for an impressive home. The residence features a welcoming entry foyer leading into a newly renovated eat-in kitchen complete with GE Profile stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. Additionally, located on the entry level is a half bathroom and large closet with an in-unit stacked washer and dryer. The second level boasts a spacious living room perfect for entertaining, a charming wood burning fireplace and sliding glass doors leading onto a balcony. As you continue up on to the third level of this one of a kind home you will come upon the King-sized (and then some) sleeping area, sleek full bathroom, and huge walk-in closet with custom built-ins. Additional apartment features include hardwood flooring, ample custom overhead lighting and high ceilings giving the unique space an airy loft-like feel .Located within The Antoinette, an intimate, well maintained post-war co-operative designed by award winning architect Steven Jacobs. The building amenities include a 24/7 attended lobby, elevators, live-in super, and laundry facilities. Sorry no dogs.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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