435 East 77th StreetApt. 2H
Between First Avenue and York Avenue Upper East Side
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.540
- Exposure North
- Alcove studio
- Great closet space
- Hardwood floors
Welcome home to this charming and quiet Jr. 1-bedroom with pretty tree top views. The efficient, usable space boasts a large foyer and living area, separate kitchen, french doors to bedroom area, and great storage space with one walk-in closet and two other deep closets. Great condition throughout with refinished dark hardwood floors and bonus ceiling fan. This video-security building has an elevator, on-site laundry facilities, bike room, live-in super, and parking garage next door (separate fee).
East 77th is a prime Upper East Side street and the building is located in a neighborhood with restaurants, shops, post office, and library. Short walk to subway and crosstown/downtown buses. One block from John Jay Park and the East River.
Building allows gifting and pied-a-terres are considered. Sorry no dogs allowed.
Assessment in place for hallways and lobby. Runs until February 2011.
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