42-60 Crescent Street #PH10D
3 BEDS | 2 BATHS | Apartment Building | sold
- 10% Down: $244,380
- 3 BEDS
- 2 BATHS
- 1952 APPROX. SQFT
- BUILT 2016
About 42-60 Crescent Street #PH10D
Atop the Factory House, this coveted three bedroom, two bath, penthouse is the ultimate in industrial cool, with a sprawling layout and generous outdoor space. This penthouse spans across an expansive 1,952 square feet and boasts two large private outdoor terraces with panoramic views that total almost 2,000 square feet, ideal for entertaining. The residence features brick interior walls, rusti...
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- Principal & Interest$8,779
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