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211 East 53rd Street, #7C

Condop | rented
Between Third Avenue and Second Avenue
WEB ID: 5369537
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • 800 APPROX. SQFT
  • BUILT 1959

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About 211 East 53rd Street, #7C

This spacious 800SF Jr 4 has a gracious entry foyer with two generous closets which leads into a sunny, oversized L-shaped living room and large separate dining area. The upgraded kitchen has generous counter space, breakfast bar, and dishwasher. The sunny and quiet bedroom is large enough for a king-sized bed with night stands and dresser, and also boasts a custom fitted walk-in closet. This i...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Pet friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Oversized windows

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211 East 53rd Street

Apartment Building in Midtown East

Between Third Avenue and Second Avenue

1959 BUILT