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177 East 93rd Street
Coop in Carnegie Hill •  building info
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Charming Carnegie Hill One Bedroom Co-op This one bedroom one bathroom apartment sits on the parlor floor of a brownstone cooperative, and boasts unusually high nearly 11-foot ceilings. Located on a prototypically charming block of the Upper East Side Historic District--177 East 93rd Street was built in 1920, on the north side of the street between Lexington and Third Avenues. The layout of Apartment 2C is ideal: affording occupants the privacy of a bedroom located as far as possible from the apartment's entrance, in addition to an entry hallway which acts as a buffer for the living room. The bathroom in this apartment is well-situated also--on the hallway connecting the living room and bedroom--allowing it to double easily as a powder room for guests. Additional features of Apartment 2C include a windowed kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, a corner bedroom, hardwood floors--and an ample library and built-in media cabinet in the living room. 177 East 93rd Street is a pet-friendly building which offers a laundry room and bike storage for residents. This cooperative permits up to 80% financing, and welcomes pied-a-terres, parents buying for children, co-purchasers, guarantors and gifts. Owners are allowed to sublet after two years of ownership. Located blocks from both the 6 and Q trains--at 96th and Lexington, and 96th and Second Avenue, respectively--the 4 and 5 trains are also easily accessed, at 86th Street and Lexington. Central Park, the Museum Mile, and the 92nd Street Y are all beloved nearby treasures. Meanwhile, Wholefoods, Paola's, Corrado Cafe, Sfoglia, the Corner Bookstore and Bluetree (to name some neighborhood favorites), are all within a six-block radius.

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