482 East 74th Street - Pristine 1 Bedroom With Exposed Brick; Southern Exposure

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10028
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: http://showmojo.com/lt/35e98350b8 ---- Broker Fee & Credit Check Required This south-facing one bedroom apartment has exposed brick in the living room and bedroom adding to the pre-war charm. There is a separate dining area and lots of closet space. The walls have been primed & coated and there is new tile in the bathroom. The layout of the bedroom is very comfortable, and easily fits a queen-sized bed. The newly stained hardwood floors are perfectly even and balanced. This apartment highlights the term "quiet enjoyment". Loud disturbances & street noises are non-existent, due in part to this being located on the 4th floor of a Prewar walk-up building, Featuring the highly rare attribute of Southern exposure, which illuminates the entire apartment and dramatically improves your mood, health, and cognitive functions. Southern exposure is important in the city, and also in any house that wants to take advantage

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