20 East End Avenue, #Maisonette
- Maintenance/Common Charges: $6,394
- Monthly Taxes: $7,831
- 5 BEDS
- 5 BATHS
- 4737 APPROX. SQFT
- NEW DEVELOPMENT
- S, E EXPOSURE
- BUILT 2017
20 East End Avenue’s breathtaking Maisonette, a prized residence designed by the world- renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, spans approximately 4737 interior square feet, over three floors. Designed in the style of classic pre-war apartment houses, this palatial home features soaring ceilings, expansive casement windows, custom designed moldings, and Appalachian oak flooring with a walnut sta...
- New Development
- Partial river view
- Central air
- Dining room
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- Principal & Interest$41,611.52
- Property Taxes$7,831
- Maintenance / Common Charges$6,394