220 East 85th Street - 3 Bedroom in a Unique Brownstone; Total Renovation

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10028
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: http://showmojo.com/lt/ed7138e02f ---- * Broker Fee & Credit Check Required * Price: $4,000 Amenities: Dishwasher, Hardwood, High Ceilings, Renovated, Granite Kitchen, Light Views: City View, Open View Description: ***85th & 3rd.***4,5,6 TRAINS***GUT RENOVATED***EXPOSED BRICK***STAINLESS***DISHWASHER*** This unique, brownstone building is located in one of the most highly regarded locations on the Upper East Side. East 85th Street between Second & Third Avenue is within a 30-second the Express subway stop, linking this apartment to Downtown Manhattan in a smooth 15 minute Express Subway ride. The Green subway line connects from this location through Midtown East, Bryan Park, Herald Square, Union Square, Astor Place, to SOHO & Beyond. The quickness and efficiency of the Express Subway is an instant selling point with any prospective Buyer or Renter. This location is also within less than a 60-second the most iconic Recreational Parks on Earth. Central Park is the default destination for relaxation & a

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