Though this 388-square-foot pre-war co-op at 330 East 70th Street is no airplane-hangar sized loft, it has all the makings of a sweet landing spot on a tree-lined Upper East Side block. Though pastel paint and flirty upholstery needn’t stay, plenty of closets and a dressing room outside the bath would please any diva. The boutique full-service elevator building is also a block from the Second Avenue Subway, making the $337,000 ask seem like an even better idea.
Past the gracious foyer entrance of the sort that makes pre-war apartments feel so welcoming, a bright and cozy living area is wrapped by corner windows and framed by crown molding and pale hardwood floors.
A sleek galley kitchen has been recently updated with stainless steel appliances, a very cool stainless tile backsplash and granite countertops.
The bath features a charming example of classic Deco tile highlighted with pale grey. In addition to the apartment’s three large closets, there’s a separate dressing area next to the bathroom, and there are extra storage units available in the building.
The full-service co-op residence offers a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, a communal garden, a main floor laundry room and on-site garage parking.
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Images courtesy of Town Residential.
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side