418 E 59th St, Apt 17b

$1,550,000

Midtown

3 BD, 3 BA

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Apartment Details

3

Beds

3

Baths

5

Rooms

1,800

Square Feet

Common Charges
$4,618

*No Board approval required.*
*Investor Friendly.*
*Condo Rules.*

- Sun-flooded high floor 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath Condop (Co-Op with Condo rules) with West and North exposures.

- A large gallery entrance leads to a generous living room with private balcony, dining area, and kitchen filled with top-end appliances.

- Master bedroom has spacious closets, a high-end renovated en-suite bathroom with glass shower, and an oversized balcony thats also accessible from the living room.

- The Grand Sutton is a quiet, well managed luxury boutique full service building with only two apartments per floor.

- The buildings services include 24 hour doorman and concierge, gym, courtyard garden, storage, bicycle room and nearby garage. Pets, Pieds-a-terre, Co-purchasers, and Guarantors permitted.

- This building has never had an assessment for repairs or upgrades, as the conservative and professional board always maintains a healthy cash balance on the balance sheet. Sq. Footage is an estimate.

  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Yoreevo
Property: 418 E 59th St

1988

Year Built

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Parking garage Parking garage

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