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Welcome home to apartment 3L at 310 East 70th Street – a corner unit conveniently located in a fantastic building in prime Lenox Hill!
This expansive and quiet Junior 4 features a flexible layout, wall of South facing windows, through-the-wall air conditioning, abundance of closets and storage throughout.
The roomy entry foyer has three closets and opens up to a generously proportioned living area – great space for entertaining, a section can even be converted to a study or second bedroom! The kitchen includes granite countertops, pantry area, white hardwood cabinetry, and a separate dining alcove is adjacent to the kitchen. Just off of the living area, a hallway with two additional closets leads to the bathroom and king size bedroom.
310 East 70th Street is a well-run building located on a beautiful tree-lined block. The 12-story full-service building was built in 1959 and converted to a cooperative in 1988. The Post-war co-op recently renovated the lobby and hallways, and provides its residents with a host of amenities, including resident superintendent, 24-hour doorman and staff, landscaped roof deck, laundry room, bike room, private storage room, and parking garage. The building is in close proximity to subways and mass transportation, multiple hospitals, gourmet grocery markets, coffee shops & cafes, Central Park, museums, and all the upscale shopping and dining attractions the Upper East Side has to offer.
Nearest Subways: Q train around the corner at 69th St & Second Ave, 6 train at 68th St & Lexington Ave, and Q/F train at 63rd St & Lexington Ave)
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This is a Post-war Mid-Rise home located in Upper East Side, New York, NY. This home has 900 sqft with 1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms and was built in 1959.
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