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1060 Fifth Avenue

Apt. 3D
Between East 87th Street and East 88th Street
Coop
$4,500,000

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Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Essentials
Price $4,500,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 8
Staff Rooms 2
Staff Bathroom 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,800
Exposure N, S, E & W
Key Features
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet friendly
Full city view
Central air
Wood-burning fireplace

Elegance of a Bygone Era! Glorious and especially grand prewar classic with all the original details intact and featuring an extraordinary sunny south-facing 31' living room, over-sized windows, very high ceilings, lovely hardwood herringbone floors, many bright corner rooms, and eight huge closets. This classy prewar apartment has a fabulous layout that provides a continuous flow from living room through hall and into the formal dining room. Perfect for large-scale entertaining!

Additional features of this property include: 15 foot butler's pantry and Original moldings and cabinets.

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Carnegie Hill
Living in Carnegie Hill
The Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan, full of magnificent townhouses rarely for sale, has convenient access to Central Park. Larger buildings house prewar apartments of six or seven rooms, known as “Classic Sixes” and “Classic Sevens.” The light in the area remains generous though, as even these magnificent co-ops are usually modest in height. The resulting old-world feel, which influences even modern condos in Carnegie Hill, illustrates why steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie selected this quiet, countrified section of Manhattan as the place to build his ultimate family home. (You can still visit it today on your way to buy or rent an apartment — it’s now a branch of the Smithsonian known as the Cooper-Hewitt museum.)
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1060 Fifth Avenue
1060 5 Av Corp
Prewar Perfection On Fifth Avenue
Designed by James E. R. Carpenter in 1929, this is the perfect prewar Fifth Avenue Building
Details
Prewar
Built in 1929
14 floors
48 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Cable ready
Common storage
Exercise room
Fitness center
High-speed internet
Pool
Private storage

1060 Fifth Avenue
Apt. 3D
Between East 87th Street and East 88th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $4,500,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 8
Staff Rooms 2
Staff Bathroom 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,800
Exposure N, S, E & W

Elegance of a Bygone Era! Glorious and especially grand prewar classic with all the original details intact and featuring an extraordinary sunny south-facing 31' living room, over-sized windows, very high ceilings, lovely hardwood herringbone floors, many bright corner rooms, and eight huge closets. This classy prewar apartment has a fabulous layout that provides a continuous flow from living room through hall and into the formal dining room. Perfect for large-scale entertaining!

Additional features of this property include: 15 foot butler's pantry and Original moldings and cabinets.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 937-7011
P: (212) 230-8191
See my 20 other sale listings
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet friendly
Full city view
Central air
Wood-burning fireplace
Carnegie Hill
Living in Carnegie Hill
The Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan, full of magnificent townhouses rarely for sale, has convenient access to Central Park. Larger buildings house prewar apartments of six or seven rooms, known as “Classic Sixes” and “Classic Sevens.” The light in the area remains generous though, as even these magnificent co-ops are usually modest in height. The resulting old-world feel, which influences even modern condos in Carnegie Hill, illustrates why steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie selected this quiet, countrified section of Manhattan as the place to build his ultimate family home. (You can still visit it today on your way to buy or rent an apartment — it’s now a branch of the Smithsonian known as the Cooper-Hewitt museum.)
Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 86th St
1060 Fifth Avenue
1060 5 Av Corp
Prewar Perfection On Fifth Avenue
Designed by James E. R. Carpenter in 1929, this is the perfect prewar Fifth Avenue Building
Details
Prewar
Built in 1929
14 floors
48 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Cable ready
Common storage
Exercise room
Fitness center
High-speed internet
Pool
Private storage