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401 East 86th Street
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1bd • 1ba • 920 ft² $760 per ft²
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$699,000

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This spacious (approx. 920 SF) and bright four room apartment has lots of northeast facing windows, over 20 linear feet of closets, hardwood floors, and boasts very low maintenance of only $1,421/month. Enter into the gracious entry foyer which can be set up beautifully as a dining area. The 12' X 22' living room has plenty of room for seating and entertaining, with views of historic local architecture. Adjacent to the living room, there is a bonus room that works well as a 2nd bedroom separated by retractable shoji screens. The renovated, windowed kitchen is a chef's dream: lots of maple wood cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, wine fridge, new 5-burner stove and new dishwasher. There is even room for a breakfast nook to enjoy morning coffee and the view. Down the hall from the foyer, the bedroom is very generous in size with the bathroom conveniently located for both personal and guest use. Apartment 5A is a terrific layout with incredible value; Junior 4 apartments like this don't come around often! The Fairmont Manor is a full service, pet friendly building with 24 hour doorman, live-in resident manager, gym ($35/mo) with Peloton, garage (waiting list), furnished roof deck, storage for rent ($50/mo), bike room for rent (10/mo), and laundry room (In-unit washer/dryers are permitted with board approval). Transportation is super convenient with the crosstown express bus, Q train, 4,5,6 train and the entrance to the FDR drive a stone's throw away. Yorkville has lots of terrific restaurants, shopping and parks to enjoy. Pied a terres, guarantors, and co-purchasers permitted. Gifting allowed case by case.

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