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House In New York, United States
US $1,650,000
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  • 3 bedrooms
  • central air
  • city views
  • windowed kitchen
  • washer/dryer
  • pets allowed
  • pre-war
  • 2 wood-burning fireplaces
Property description
Sprawling and sunny home steps away from central park
Located on one of the most beautiful, landmarked, coveted, tree lined streets in the prime Carnegie Hill historic district between Madison and Park Avenues, you will find this sprawling, full floor, renovated, sunny three bedroom, two bath home awaiting you. Large living and dining room with wood burning fireplace, open, top-of-the-line over-sized chef's kitchen with abundant custom cabinetry from Restoration hardware, granite counter tops, Sub-Zero, Viking, Miele and Bosch appliances, wine cooler and washer/dryer. Split bedrooms afford maximum privacy and flexible layout. Primary master suite with walk-in-closet and beautifully appointed en-suite bath with Waterworks fixtures, heated floors and towel warmer. Two additional bedrooms with excellent closets, one bedroom with decorative fireplace that can be converted to wood burning. Second bath with soaking tub. Approximately 1,450 square feet, ten foot ceilings, hardwood Brazilian walnut floors, and two zone central air conditioning with Nest controls.72 East 93rd Street is a seven unit boutique cooperative in a Renaissance Revival building offering quintessential brownstone living. 80% financing, co-purchases, guarantors and gifting are allowed. Subletting permitted on a case by case basis and pets allowed with board approval. Storage unit in basement transfers with the apartment and bike storage. Steps from Central Park, Museum Mile, 92 St. Y, best schools, fine dining, shopping and public transportation. Across the street from the iconic Francis F. Palmer/George F. Baker House. A wonderful neighborhood and special apartment to call home.

72, EAST 93RD STREET, New York, New York, United States
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