137 East 66th Street, 3C

Upper East Side   |   Lexington Avenue & Third Avenue

Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 795,000
Rooms 4
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 2,740
Financing Allowed 50%
Listing ID: 266339

Property Description

A super chic, elegantly proportioned, spacious home in one of the Upper East Side's premier buildings. Exquisite pre-war details - high ceilings, wood-burning fireplace, multiple windows - are all beautifully preserved in a meticulous renovation.

This junior 4 room home is currently configured as 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment. It is larger than many other other 1 bedrooms and boasts a windowed alcove that is easily converted to a second bedroom or home office.

The beautifully renovated kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, gleaming white cabinetry and elegant backsplash. The artfully tiled bathroom was also expanded from its original size.

The oversized master suite has an enormous windowed walk-in closet with custom built-ins.

Designed by noted architect Walter B. Chambers and built in 1918, 137 East 66th Street is one of the finest pre-war apartment houses in Lenox Hill. In addition to a live-in superintendent, attended lobby, and full-time doormen, the building is also equipped with a roof garden, fitness room, outdoor playground, central laundry, and private storage. Pied-a-terre, live/work, and in-unit washer and dryers allowed. This is a pet-friendly cooperative. 3 percent flip tax paid by the buyer.
A super chic, elegantly proportioned, spacious home in one of the Upper East Side's premier buildings. Exquisite pre-war details - high ceilings, wood-burning fireplace, multiple windows - are all beautifully preserved in a meticulous renovation.

This junior 4 room home is currently configured as 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment. It is larger than many other other 1 bedrooms and boasts a windowed alcove that is easily converted to a second bedroom or home office.

The beautifully renovated kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, gleaming white cabinetry and elegant backsplash. The artfully tiled bathroom was also expanded from its original size.

The oversized master suite has an enormous windowed walk-in closet with custom built-ins.

Designed by noted architect Walter B. Chambers and built in 1918, 137 East 66th Street is one of the finest pre-war apartment houses in Lenox Hill. In addition to a live-in superintendent, attended lobby, and full-time doormen, the building is also equipped with a roof garden, fitness room, outdoor playground, central laundry, and private storage. Pied-a-terre, live/work, and in-unit washer and dryers allowed. This is a pet-friendly cooperative. 3 percent flip tax paid by the buyer.

Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer Hookups
137 East 66th Street Upper East Side New York NY 10065

Building Details [137 East 66th Street]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1401/27
Building Type Low-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1918
Floors/Apts 9/36

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Fitness Facility
Laundry Rooms
Playground
Playroom
Private Storage
Roof Deck

Building Statistics

$ 1,044 APPSF

Closed Sales Data [Last 12 Months]

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Loan Amount

Klara Madlin

License

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