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Light and Spacious Pre-War One Bedroom.
Opportunity knocks with this bright and cheerful high-floor corner one bedroom in the heart of Carnegie Hill. Unit 11D is a comfortable and classic pre-war gem boasting a spacious living room with a large window, hardwood floors, and high ceilings. The renovated open kitchen has ample cabinet and countertop space, along with a windowed eat-in dining alcove. The well-proportioned bedroom has wonderful light and views from north and west exposures. A planting terrace for flowers and herbs off the northwest window is a special added bonus. A windowed bath (not en suite), 2 large closets, and proper entry foyer complete the appeal of this wonderful home.
150 East 93rd Street is a pretty red-brick elevator building designed and built in 1922 by noted architects George and Edward Blum. A full-service coop, it offers a 24/7 attended lobby, resident superintendent, laundry room, private courtyard, bike room, and storage. It is ideally situated on a lovely, tree-lined street close to multiple subway lines (4/5/6 and Q) and both the 86th and 96th Street cross-town buses, as well as Fairway and the new Whole Foods supermarkets, great restaurants and local shops, museums, Central Park, and the coveted 92nd Street Y.
Pets are welcome! The building permits up to 80% financing, as well as pied-a-terre use and subletting. 2% flip tax paid by the buyer. Thru-wall air conditioning and washer/dryers are permitted, subject to board requirements and approval.