110 East 71st Street, #4THFL
3 BEDS | 3 BATHS | Condo | rented
- 3 BEDS
- 3 BATHS
- 1650 APPROX. SQFT
- N, S EXPOSURE
- BUILT 1982
About 110 East 71st Street, #4THFL
DO NOT MISS THIS "once in a life time" OPPORTUNITY to rent this Townhouse Style 2-3 bedroom home with a perfect layout for gracious living. The private keyed elevator opens directly into the apartment with North and South exposures leading to an over-sized great room. This sunny 2 Bedrooms with a Den (or extra bedroom) offers an expansive living room and a separate dining area. The Modern kitch...
- Pet friendly
- Central air
- Hardwood floors
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