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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

happy (square) feet

id_sale.gifI'm pleased to announce my first exclusive at 347 East 53rd Street, between First and Second Avenues in the Sutton area. Apartment 7B is a very generiously sized junior four, that could easily be converted into a 2 bedroom. We've priced it to sell fast at only $565,000! It is aproximately 900 square feet, which means a price per square foot of under $630 and that's sure to make you very happy indeed! Along with a maintenance of $988 per month it is one of the best values on the Upper East Side today. I'll begin showing it this Sunday, December 3rd at the first open house from 1 to 3 pm, please stop by.

The owner has opened up the kitchen into the living/dining room, added recessed lighting and it will be delivered freshly painted. It has a northern exposure that clears the roofline of the adjacent buildings, so you'll get lots of light and open sky. It's got great closet space and the co-op offers additional storage space on a first come first served basis.

The building is a neatly kept, post-war, cooperative called The Sutton View. It is on a lovely, residential, tree lined block. The entrance has a proper awning to the curb, video security system (no doorman) and two elevators. There is a common patio with a barbecue. The access to transportation is great too, it's a short walk to the 6, R, E and V subway lines and the crosstown buses at 50th or 57th Streets. Along with a maintenance of $988 per month it is one of the best values on the Upper East Side today. The co-op allows up to 75% financing of the purchase price and requires the typical full disclosure board package.

see more pictures and a floor plan

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