East 74th Street - 1 Bedroom in a Prewar Elevator Bldg, between Park Ave & Madison Avenue's

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10021
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: http://showmojo.com/lt/4592d7f0d3 ---- RARE PARK AVENUE & 74TH,ELEVATOR & LAUNDRY 1BED * Broker Fee Required* 51 East 74th Street - Upper East Side, New York Come home to this delightful one bedroom apartment located on a beautiful townhouse mansion block on the Upper East Side. Enjoy top floor living with bright southern exposures and no one above you! The kitchen has stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. The all marble bath also features a skylight. Good closets. Four minute walk to the 6 train at 77th Street. Central Park is only a block and a half away. This listing is located in one of the most rare locations, directly ofF the renowned Park Avenue and between the extremely rare Madison Avenue in the low East 70's. This listing features high ceilings, upgraded kitchen, upgraded bathroom, and

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