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333 East 68th Street #6C Upper East Side, NY 10065 - New York
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Co-op apartments for sale 333 East 68th Street #6C, Upper East Side - New York

$1,950,000.00

ref. RPLU-21919936527

THE APARTMENT: This joyful home has four exposures! Brilliant sunshine all day long! There are three sun-flooded south-facing rooms, including the living room with wood-burning fireplace. The masterful architectural design has resulted in a formal dining room and master bedroom that are square corner rooms, with sunny windows on two sides. The bedrooms have an open sunny eastern outlook and excellent original en suite baths. There are glass paned cabinets in the kitchen and pantry, an over-sized staff room with bath, a washer/dryer, and through-wall air conditioning. THE BUILDING: 333 East 68th Street was built as a co-operative in 1928 with 56 units, and only two apartments per elevator landing. Sales were aimed at the purchaser who wanted Park Avenue quality construction. This elegant building, with a concierge, doorman and resident manager, has a wonderfully planted gracious garden entrance, and a landscaped garden courtyard with seating areas. The building delivers classic layouts that appeal to those who value prewar details of the glamorous 1920s. Pets are allowed. There is private basement storage, an outdoor playground, an indoor gym, and a bike room. 50% financing is permitted. The building is zoned for P.S. 183, a National Blue Ribbon School. The co-op allows appointments Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm.THE NEIGHBOHOOD: Located across from St. Catherine's Park, residents are provided with a nearby greenspace. New York Presbyterian, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Hospital for Special Surgery, are world renowned medical facilities one block to the east. The building is located half a block from the Q train, five minutes from the 6 train, and a block from the crosstown bus to Lincoln Center. The neighborhood abounds with restaurants, shops and services, including gourmet food stores, and a green market.

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Stories:
68
Building age:
Prewar
District:
Upper East Side
Type of building:
MidRise