For $1.6M, this co-op offers two floors of Upper East Side living without the townhouse price
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For $1.6M, this co-op offers two floors of Upper East Side living without the townhouse price

May 3, 2024

Photo courtesy of Keller Williams NYC

The idea of a classic Manhattan home on the Upper East Side is often symbolized by an elegant townhouse or a glamorous penthouse–with an eight-figure price tag. This duplex co-op at 167 East 67th Street, asking $1,589,000, offers two floors of light-filled high-floor living, a gracious layout, stylish interiors, dazzling city views, and plenty of additional apartment perks that add up to a covetable New York City home.

Enter on the home’s main level through a bright, windowed foyer with a stairway ascending to the upper floor. It’s the first introduction to the co-op’s hardwood floors and city views.

An open, spacious living and dining area is a clean canvas for your own design inspiration. A colorful and functional galley kitchen features durable quartz countertops and a bright tile backsplash. There’s also a powder room on this floor.

Upstairs are two big bedrooms with closet space to spare. They share a full windowed bath with marble tiles and plenty of sunlight.

The pet-friendly full-service co-op offers full-time door staff, a common laundry room (in-unit laundry appliances are allowed with board approval), bicycle storage, and storage lockers. Co-purchasing, guarantors, and pied-a-terre ownership are also permitted with board approval.

[Listing details: 167 East 67th Street, 20D at CityRealty]

[At Keller Williams NYC by Michael J Shapot and Ben Barel]


Photo courtesy of Keller Williams NYC

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