This $2.6M apartment offers classic Upper East Side elegance with condo simplicity
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This $2.6M apartment offers classic Upper East Side elegance with condo simplicity

March 12, 2024

Photo credit: Richard Caplan for Douglas Elliman

Located just off Madison Avenue and two blocks from Central Park, this two-bedroom condo at 44 East 67th Street gets classic Manhattan cachet from being in a Rosario Candela building on a tree-lined townhouse block. But the bright, updated Lenox Hill home has the ease of living that comes with a condo purchase–in this case, for $2,595,000.

The 1,380-square-foot home begins with a closet-lined foyer. This welcoming entry opens on both sides into a sprawling living and dining area that spans the entire apartment. In addition to three exposures, enviable nine-foot beamed ceilings, and herringbone oak floors, there’s central air conditioning and an in-unit washer and dryer.

The windowed kitchen features an integrated Subzero refrigerator and a Miele range, dishwasher, and wine fridge. Green marble worktops frame timeless wood cabinetry and a chef-ready prep and wash sink.

Two spacious bedrooms each get a full bath. Bathrooms have luxurious finishes, high-performing fixtures, and plenty of counter space.

The full-service building was constructed in 1939 and converted to condos in 1988. Amenities include a 24-hour door attendant, laundry facilities, an outdoor garden, additional storage, bike storage, and adjacent garage parking.

[Listing details: 44 East 67th Street, #5C at CityRealty]

[At Douglas Elliman by Sean Jadidian and Joshua Winston]


Photo credit: Richard Caplan for Douglas Elliman

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