UES - RARE, Madison Avenue on East 74th, exclusive address; Elevator & laundry, 725 sq ft

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10021
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: showmojo.com/lt/880909508c ---- Amenities: Dishwasher, Renovated Description: Live in one of the finest and most expensive areas of Manhattan for a very reasonable price. Nestled among beautiful brownstones and multi-million dollar townhouses, this 1 bedroom offers an exclusive location near Madison Avenue and the Park. Some of the features of the apartment include: 11 foot ceilings, refinished wood floors, dining alcove and marble bathroom. The unit also has five oversize windows facing south that bring in a ton of light, and great closet space (3 in total). This is a very rare 10-unit building where most of the residents have lived for years (some decades). This is your chance to secure a spot that you can hold on to for years as well. It is available now but will likely not last. I will be showing the apartment starting April 12. To schedule a private viewing please call/text/email Pete

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