Built in 1928, 308 East 79th cooperative is clad in limestone and brown brick, carved in limestone shells and terracotta.

308 East 79th Street Apt: 13B
New York NY 10075
Cross street:Second Avenue

Building

Type:Mid-rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:17

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 3.5
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $699,000
Maintenance: $2,003
Financing Allowed: 75%
Minimum down: $174,750

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Description

Built in 1928, 308 East 79th cooperative is clad in limestone and brown brick, carved in limestone shells and terracotta. When entering the building one passes by the original cast bronze lanterns and black lacquered doors into the marble-clad deco-detailed ante-room prior to entering a large glamorous palatial lobby with lead windows, marble walls, and terrazzo floors. Original mahogany-paneled elevator cars on two wings provide access to boutique landing shared by a few shareholders. With all windows expanding on the north front of the building, there is now a wonderful opportunity to own an expansive 1 bedroom + home office with tremendous light and air in a white glove cooperative. This superb prewar charmer offers a good entry foyer leading to a sizable living room, great bedroom, windowed bathroom and kitchen and a home office. Other fine features are hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, moldings, excellent closets, great ceiling height, is over-sized and well laid out. Well-priced, this exceptional coop is near the new Q-line, top shopping, fine dining, and is a rare find. 75% financing permitted, priced to sell at $699,000. Flexible cooperative with co purchasing allowed, gifts allowed, pied-a-terres allowed, sublets allowed. Building is pet friendly for small dogs, bike storage and laundry room.

Amenities

Alarm System; Bike Room; Laundry Room; Private Storage;

  • Attended Elevator
  • Elevator
  • Full service
  • laundry-room

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Built in 1928, 308 East 79th cooperative is clad in limestone and brown brick, carved in limestone shells and terracotta.

Description

Built in 1928, 308 East 79th cooperative is clad in limestone and brown brick, carved in limestone shells and terracotta. When entering the building one passes by the original cast bronze lanterns and black lacquered doors into the marble-clad deco-detailed ante-room prior to entering a large glamorous palatial lobby with lead windows, marble walls, and terrazzo floors. Original mahogany-paneled elevator cars on two wings provide access to boutique landing shared by a few shareholders. With all windows expanding on the north front of the building, there is now a wonderful opportunity to own an expansive 1 bedroom + home office with tremendous light and air in a white glove cooperative. This superb prewar charmer offers a good entry foyer leading to a sizable living room, great bedroom, windowed bathroom and kitchen and a home office. Other fine features are hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, moldings, excellent closets, great ceiling height, is over-sized and well laid out. Well-priced, this exceptional coop is near the new Q-line, top shopping, fine dining, and is a rare find. 75% financing permitted, priced to sell at $699,000. Flexible cooperative with co purchasing allowed, gifts allowed, pied-a-terres allowed, sublets allowed. Building is pet friendly for small dogs, bike storage and laundry room.

Amenities

Alarm System; Bike Room; Laundry Room; Private Storage;

  • Attended Elevator
  • Elevator
  • Full service
  • laundry-room

Neighborhood

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