717 Madison Avenue - East 63rd & Madison Avenue, Elegant 2 Bedroom 1106 sq ft

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10021
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: http://showmojo.com/lt/6f27467069 ---- * EXCLUSIVE LISTING; 717 MADISON AVENUE, RARE LISTING, RARE LOCATION, AND RARE DETAILS. 717 Madison Avenue is a designated Landmark building built in 1920 and has a special value and represents an important part of New York City’s historical and architectural heritage. It is a well maintained five storey elevator building, elegant recently renovated lobby with marble tiled floors. Video intercom. First two floors are stores. The property is located on Madison Avenue between 63rd and 64th Street in Lenox Hill. MADISON AVENUE FLOOR-THROUGH - *** Absolutely RARE listing. *** PRICE . This over-sized 1100 square foot apartment is located in a beautifully restored 1923 Madison Avenue row house & according to Christopher Gray of the NY Times it is "a lovely sight and one of the best shop facades on the avenue...with a striking copper storefront - one of the few

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