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333 East 68th Street

Apt. 8F
Between Second Avenue and First Avenue
Coop
$565,000

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Subway Lines
Subway number Q Subway number 6 Subway number F Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number N Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 69th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 68th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number 4 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number N 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 3rd Ave - 60th St
Essentials
Price $565,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,320
Exposure North & South
Key Features
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Wood-Burning Fireplace

Conveniently located, this special prewar building features only 67 units. The ivy-covered red brick building, erected in 1928 has 3 separate wings and only 2 apartments per floor. The 27 foot by 15 foot large living room has a woodburning fireplace, 2 bedrooms, and 2 baths.

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Upper East Side
Living in the Upper East Side
Old world elegance and new world modernity are in perfect harmony in this storied neighborhood. Famed for its 'museum mile,' which includes some of the city's most cultured institutions, the Upper East Side is also home to stylish cocktail lounges, high-end restaurants and some of the city's most celebrated upscale boutiques.
Explore Upper East Side
333 East 68th Street
Classic Pre-War Cooperative
This red-brick structure is one of the most attractive apartment buildings on the Upper East Side. The building was built in 1928 with supervising architects Cross & Cross who were known as Old New York City Society's architectural firm of choice. The mid-block building is defined by beautifully maintained ivy draping its front facade and has a large and very lushly landscaped center entrance courtyard with a lovely walk-way leading to to the building's front entrance. There is both a nine-story and a fifteen-story wing that have multiple exposures to accommodate an era, before air conditioning, when cross ventilation was needed in the hot summer months. A handsome bronze mailbox is on the side of the one of the entrance gate’s light posts. This full-service white glove building is nicely detailed and has multi-paned, arched windows on the third and top floors.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1928
15 floors
64 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Exercise room
Fitness center
Private storage

This home has been sold

333 East 68th Street
Apt. 8F
Between Second Avenue and First Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $565,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,320
Exposure North & South

Conveniently located, this special prewar building features only 67 units. The ivy-covered red brick building, erected in 1928 has 3 separate wings and only 2 apartments per floor. The 27 foot by 15 foot large living room has a woodburning fireplace, 2 bedrooms, and 2 baths.

Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Wood-Burning Fireplace
Upper East Side
Living in the Upper East Side
Old world elegance and new world modernity are in perfect harmony in this storied neighborhood. Famed for its 'museum mile,' which includes some of the city's most cultured institutions, the Upper East Side is also home to stylish cocktail lounges, high-end restaurants and some of the city's most celebrated upscale boutiques.
Explore Upper East Side
Subway Lines
Subway number Q Subway number 6 Subway number F Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number N Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 69th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 68th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number 4 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number N 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 3rd Ave - 60th St
333 East 68th Street
Classic Pre-War Cooperative
This red-brick structure is one of the most attractive apartment buildings on the Upper East Side. The building was built in 1928 with supervising architects Cross & Cross who were known as Old New York City Society's architectural firm of choice. The mid-block building is defined by beautifully maintained ivy draping its front facade and has a large and very lushly landscaped center entrance courtyard with a lovely walk-way leading to to the building's front entrance. There is both a nine-story and a fifteen-story wing that have multiple exposures to accommodate an era, before air conditioning, when cross ventilation was needed in the hot summer months. A handsome bronze mailbox is on the side of the one of the entrance gate’s light posts. This full-service white glove building is nicely detailed and has multi-paned, arched windows on the third and top floors.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1928
15 floors
64 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Exercise room
Fitness center
Private storage