This one-bedroom gem is a peaceful alcove in one of New Yorks most storied, sophisticated neighborhoods the Upper East Side. The building is a pre-war mid-rise, with red brick, decorative roof molding, and the iconic exterior fire escapes. It's shaded by several towering, hardwood trees, and is located across the street from the historic Bohemian National Hall, one of the oldest surviving social halls built in the neo-Renaissance style in 19th century New York.The entryway opens onto the windowed kitchen, in need of some renovation, before flowing into the living room. The door to the bathroom is just off the living room. Furthest from the entryway is the spacious, 135-sq-ft bedroom, which has three large closets and a south-facing window. The apartment is a perfect starter or second apartment: Pied—terres are allowed, as are co-purchases, gifting and parents buying for children perhaps moving to the city to attend one of the many nearby colleges.It's close to dozens of classic eateries and cafes, and is within a short walk of the 6 train at 68 St, and the M15 bus around the corner at 1st Ave. Sorry, no dogs. Cats are ok. Please call me for your own private viewing. Pied a Terres allowed parents buying for children and co-purchasing. Subletting is allowed. No particular policy. It is up to the Board and there is a fee for subletting. The board is looking for buyers to live in the apartment.The mirrors have been removed in the bedroom of the apartment.Showings on the weekend are by appt only as Open houses are not allowed.Please call me or email me for a private showing.
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