227 East 57th Street, 7-G

Midtown East   |   Third Avenue & Second Avenue

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Co-op [Full Service]
$ 545,000 [ 8.4% | $ 50,000 ]
Rooms 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 1,429
Financing Allowed 80%
Listing ID: 253061

Property Description

A renovated bright one bedroom and one bath residence at 227 East 57th Street a well-established, full-service Cooperative in Sutton Place. A gracious entry foyer leads to a bright and warm living room with new oversized windows boasting open city exposures. The open kitchen features an abundance of cabinetry, granite counters, and new white appliances. The bedroom easily accommodates a king-size bed and features two large closets. Pre-war details are found throughout the apartment including high beamed ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, and abundant closet space. The bath is adorned with floor-to-ceiling marble and attractive fixtures. 227 East 57th Street was built in 1930 and converted to a coop in the 1980s. This pet and pied a Terre friendly cooperative has a full-time doorman, live-in super and permits guarantors, co-purchasing, and unlimited subletting after only one year of residency. Washer/Dryer permitted with approval. This unique prewar building made of red brick has a newly renovated art deco-style lobby and new hallways keeping with the original character of the building. The convenient Sutton Place location sits across the street from Whole Foods and is in close proximity to all major transportation, fine shopping, and excellent restaurants.
A renovated bright one bedroom and one bath residence at 227 East 57th Street a well-established, full-service Cooperative in Sutton Place. A gracious entry foyer leads to a bright and warm living room with new oversized windows boasting open city exposures. The open kitchen features an abundance of cabinetry, granite counters, and new white appliances. The bedroom easily accommodates a king-size bed and features two large closets. Pre-war details are found throughout the apartment including high beamed ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, and abundant closet space. The bath is adorned with floor-to-ceiling marble and attractive fixtures. 227 East 57th Street was built in 1930 and converted to a coop in the 1980s. This pet and pied a Terre friendly cooperative has a full-time doorman, live-in super and permits guarantors, co-purchasing, and unlimited subletting after only one year of residency. Washer/Dryer permitted with approval. This unique prewar building made of red brick has a newly renovated art deco-style lobby and new hallways keeping with the original character of the building. The convenient Sutton Place location sits across the street from Whole Foods and is in close proximity to all major transportation, fine shopping, and excellent restaurants.

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Apartment Features

A/C
227 East 57th Street Midtown East New York NY 10022

Building Details [227 East 57th Street]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full Service
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1331/14
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1930
Floors/Apts 20/111

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Laundry Rooms
Private Storage

Building Statistics

$ 810 APPSF

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Klara Madlin

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