474 48th Avenue, #15E
- Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,680
- 20% Down: $89,800
- 1 BEDS
- 1 BATHS
- BUILT 1997
Bright and sunny one bedroom apartment with private terrace that easily converts to a true two bedroom at 4-74 48th Avenue. An entire wall of windows in the living room allow light to pour in from Western exposure, allowing one to enjoy stunning sunsets with direct views of the Empire State Building from your very own private terrace. This spacious and open layout features a beautifully updat...
- Pet friendly
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- Principal & Interest$1,714.88
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- Maintenance / Common Charges$1,680