330 Third Avenue, 21F

Kips Bay   |   East 24th Street & East 25th Street

Price Drop
Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 650,000 [ 2.99% | $ 20,000 ]
Rooms 4
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 1,993
Financing Allowed 80%
Listing ID: 1936199

Property Description

Perched on the top floor with unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline, Williamsburg Bridge, Chrysler Building, and One Vanderbilt, this corner one-bedroom apartment benefits from excellent light throughout as a result of its abundant windows with southern, western, and northern exposures. The expansive layout allows for a large living area and dining area that are perfect for entertaining guests. The windowed kitchen features an updated dishwasher, sizable refrigerator and new oven. The generously sized bedroom with double exposures can easily fit a king-size bed, dresser, and desk with room to spare. Other features include ample closet space throughout, hardwood floors, and an all-white tiled bathroom.

Built in 1964 and converted to a cooperative in 1984, this full-time doorman building offers a garage, storage, bike room, a new laundry room, boiler, and roof. The building recently underwent an extensive renovation including the lobby and hallways. 330 Third Avenue allows dogs up to 40 pounds, pied-a-terres, and co-purchasing. Live steps away from public transportation, Gramercy, Madison Square, Union Square parks and tons of restaurants. Fairway, Trader Joes and Westside Market are all nearby. Bring your contractor and make this beautiful apartment your own!





Perched on the top floor with unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline, Williamsburg Bridge, Chrysler Building, and One Vanderbilt, this corner one-bedroom apartment benefits from excellent light throughout as a result of its abundant windows with southern, western, and northern exposures. The expansive layout allows for a large living area and dining area that are perfect for entertaining guests. The windowed kitchen features an updated dishwasher, sizable refrigerator and new oven. The generously sized bedroom with double exposures can easily fit a king-size bed, dresser, and desk with room to spare. Other features include ample closet space throughout, hardwood floors, and an all-white tiled bathroom.

Built in 1964 and converted to a cooperative in 1984, this full-time doorman building offers a garage, storage, bike room, a new laundry room, boiler, and roof. The building recently underwent an extensive renovation including the lobby and hallways. 330 Third Avenue allows dogs up to 40 pounds, pied-a-terres, and co-purchasing. Live steps away from public transportation, Gramercy, Madison Square, Union Square parks and tons of restaurants. Fairway, Trader Joes and Westside Market are all nearby. Bring your contractor and make this beautiful apartment your own!






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Apartment Features

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330 Third Avenue Kips Bay New York NY 10010

Building Details [330 Third Avenue]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 880/42
Building Type High-Rise
Age Post-War
Year Built 1964
Floors/Apts 20/206

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Common Storage
Garage
Laundry Rooms

Building Statistics

$ 788 APPSF

Closed Sales Data [Last 12 Months]

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Loan Amount

Klara Madlin

License

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