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48 West 138th Street, #6F

Condo | rented
Between Fifth Avenue and Lenox Avenue
WEB ID: 5748643
$1,700
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1940

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    About 48 West 138th Street, #6F

    This bright, renovated studio condominium in one of Manhattan’s most up and coming neighborhoods. Located in an elevator building on a charming tree lined street, this sun flooded apartment features upgraded appliances including stainless steel fridge and dishwasher. It is outfitted with beautiful crown moldings, abundant storage and closet space, and a renovated bathroom. Convenient to shoppin...

    key features
    • Studio
    • Elevator
    • Pet friendly
    • Dishwasher
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    Saint Annes Court

    48 West 138th Street

    Apartment Building in Harlem

    Between Fifth Avenue and Lenox Avenue

    89 UNITS
    6 STORIES
    1940 BUILT