319 East 6th Street
First & Second Ave East Village
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Landscaped Roof Terrace
Finished basement. Large walk-in cedar closet. Good storage. Mechanical room with gas boiler.
One bedroom, with separate Study and Home Office - two full bath floor-thru apartment; open gourmet kitchen; numerous closets, and washer dryer.
One Bedroom, Home Office, two full bath floor-thru apartment; open gourmet kitchen, breakfast bar; Living room, oak hard wood floors; custom closets, and washer/dryer.
Interior staircase leads to 3-window wide front living room. Open eat-in kitchen and dining room ,with home office and powder room.
Entry vestibule with coat closet. Guest bedroom, and full bath. Rear master bedroom with en-suite bath, WIC, Garden view Solarium, Enclosed PrivateGarden.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,762
- Central air
- Multi-floor laundry
- Roof deck
- Video security
Four story 20' wide brick townhouse with gated front garden. This sun-filled townhouse boasts terrific proportions and has been lovingly maintained by the same family for over 20 years. Delivered vacant and easily convertible to single-family.
Additional features of this building include: Central Air & Heat, Landscaped Roof Deck, Cedar Walk-In Closet, Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning, Audio Video Intercom System, Hardwood & Custom 5" Siberian Oak Flooring, Renovated home & Mechanicals upgraded 2005, Solarium with Garden View, Integrated Recess Lighting, and Landscaped Garden.
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