55 East 92nd Street

Townhouse | rented
Madison Avenue and Park Avenue
WEB ID: 1470958
$37,500
    • 6 BEDS
    • 6 BATHS
    • 6 FLOORS
    • 1 RESIDENCES
    • BUILT 1899

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    About 55 East 92nd Street

    THIS LUXURIOUS FIVE / SIX BEDROOM HOME IS NEWLY RENOVATED AND DESIGNED BY ERIC COHLER. IT FEATURES A BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED GARDEN, MASTER SUITE WITH A LARGE DRESSING ROOM AND BATH, LIBRARY AND LIVING ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING FIREPLACES PLUS A MEDIA ROOM ( OR 6TH BEDROOM) WITH A PLANTED ROOF TERRACE. ELEVATOR. THE HOUSE IS COMPLETED GUT RENOVATED; NEW INFRASTRUCTURE, NEW MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND NEW...

    key features
    • Alarm system
    • Cable ready
    • Central air
    • Central laundry room
    • Elevator
    • New Development
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