30 Beekman Place, 6C

Beekman Place   |   East 50th Street & East 51st Street

Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 595,000
Rooms 5
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 2,500
Financing Allowed 75%
Listing ID: 1765730

Property Description

Create the quintessential prewar home in Beekman Place. Properly restored, all the aesthetic charm and classic architecture of this 1930's apartment will evoke a Cole Porter sophistication and add significant value to your purchase. The spacious layout, featuring an inviting entrance foyer, beautifully proportioned over-sized living room with bookshelves, large master bedroom with double exposures, dining room that can easily be converted to a second bedroom, abundant closets, beamed ceilings, and windowed kitchen. This spacious cooperative home is an ideal pied-a-terre or full-time residence. The $2,500 monthly maintenance reflects a seller's maintenance allowance of $652.00 per month for two (2) years.

Designed by noted architect, George F. Pelham, and built in 1930, 30 Beekman Place is a full-service, established prewar cooperative with 24-hour doorman, live-in resident manager, basement storage, and building water purification system. The building restored the lobby to its original grandeur, installed a top of the line central laundry room, and created a fully equipped fitness center. Located on a picturesque tree-lined block, 30 Beekman Place is an impeccably managed cooperative in one of New York City's most sophisticated neighborhoods. Pets and pied-a-terre ownership are permitted.
Create the quintessential prewar home in Beekman Place. Properly restored, all the aesthetic charm and classic architecture of this 1930's apartment will evoke a Cole Porter sophistication and add significant value to your purchase. The spacious layout, featuring an inviting entrance foyer, beautifully proportioned over-sized living room with bookshelves, large master bedroom with double exposures, dining room that can easily be converted to a second bedroom, abundant closets, beamed ceilings, and windowed kitchen. This spacious cooperative home is an ideal pied-a-terre or full-time residence. The $2,500 monthly maintenance reflects a seller's maintenance allowance of $652.00 per month for two (2) years.

Designed by noted architect, George F. Pelham, and built in 1930, 30 Beekman Place is a full-service, established prewar cooperative with 24-hour doorman, live-in resident manager, basement storage, and building water purification system. The building restored the lobby to its original grandeur, installed a top of the line central laundry room, and created a fully equipped fitness center. Located on a picturesque tree-lined block, 30 Beekman Place is an impeccably managed cooperative in one of New York City's most sophisticated neighborhoods. Pets and pied-a-terre ownership are permitted.

Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

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Apartment Features

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30 Beekman Place Beekman Place New York NY 10022

Building Details [30 Beekman Place]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Attended Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1362/38
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1935
Floors/Apts 10/40

Building Amenities

Laundry Rooms

Building Statistics

$ 828 APPSF

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Klara Madlin

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