312 East 91st Street - 1 Bed, Prewar Construction W/ Renovations; NO BROKER FEE

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10128
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: showmojo.com/lt/374ee9206c ---- * NO BROKER FEE * Originally constructed in 1910, this prewar, white brick brownstone building still displays its impressive original details. A low-rise building that prominently displays its arched window sills upon its light brown facade, this remarkable structure that was built in 1910, is yet another example of the craftsmanship that dominated this era. A 5-story low-rise building that consists of predominantly 2-bedroom layouts, this building features laundry on the premises. The hallways were recently renovated and always appear presentable. Apartments in this building are affordable and display a fair amount of quality living space. There are 15 units in the building, apartments are reasonably priced. A one bedroom with quality renovations and a good amount of living space. This layout is highlighted by its high ceilings and lengthwise run. Priced below its market value, offering an excellent layout along with brand new

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The Upper East Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City. This affluent area is by Central Park to the west and the East River to the east. FDR Drive runs right along the river, giving residents easy access to the highway system. 

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