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$1,078,000
List price: $1,100,000
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200 Riverside Boulevard #17B
Condo in Lincoln Square •  building info
1bd • 1ba • 811 ft² $1,356 per ft²
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$1,078,000

List price

$1,100,000

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Key Details
Days on market
16
Last price change
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Estimated payment
$7,440
Taxes
Monthly common charges
$1,169
Description
New to Market! Charming 1BED/1.5BATH (812 sq. ft.) Perfect starter apt. or pied a terre apartment! The home features: High Ceilings, partial views of Hudson river, a comfortable pass-through kitchen with granite countertops, marble bathroom, guess bathroom, large windows, herringbone wood floors and excellent closet space. Plus, your very own Washer/Dryer. Building Features; Full Service Luxury Building, Health Club with Swimming Pool, Children's Playroom, Garage connected to the building. Conveniently located on the Upper Westside of Manhattan on West 70th Street & Riverside Blvd....close to Lincoln Center & directly across the street from Riverside Park.

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Important Stuff
Elevator
Washer/Dryer
Full Time Doorman
Cats and Dogs allowed
Listing Amenities
Hardwood floors
City View
Dishwasher
Water View
Building Amenities
Swimming Pool
Valet
Bike Room
Concierge
Gym
Live In Super
Swimming Pool
Fios Available
Parking Available
Children's Playroom
History
What it'll cost
Purchase price
$1,100,000
Asking Price: $1,100,000
Term
30 Years
Down Payment
$220,000 (20%)
Min: 20% (220,000)
Rate
6.0 %
Mortgage Amount
$880,000
Mortgage Payment
$5,276
Common Charges
Taxes
$995
Estimated Yoreevo rebate
Estimated closing cost
Total monthly cost $7,440
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