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Classic five room prewar home is filled with sunlight and perfectly situated on 90th street between Madison and Fifth Avenues, one block to Central Park . There is a wonderful floor plan from the elegance of the entry foyer that opens to the living room and the flow to the formal dining room. The newly renovated kitchen is also flooded with sun with large triple window and has a Wolf range, Subzero refrigerator, lots of storage and counter space, and a spot just right for a small breakfast table or counter. The two spacious bedrooms are off a private hall. There are two new full bathrooms each with a window. Fantastic closet space. New electric brought up to the apartment and new panel installed. Needs additional upgrading except for kitchen and bathrooms. Beautiful tree top views. Storage bin included. There is a monthly assessment of $417.74 per month through January 31, 2020.
Built in 1927 by George F. Pelham, 21 East 90th Street is a full-service building on an historic block that includes The Cooper-Hewitt Museum an Historic Landmark, the Carnegie Garden, and across Fifth Avenue is Engineers’ Gate entrance opening right into Central Park.
Carnegie Hill is Manhattan’s suburb, and along with the best of Central Park with the reservoir in your backyard, there are many beautiful prewar buildings and townhomes, and tree lined streets that still fill with sunshine.
The Guggenheim and Metropolitan Museums and 92nd Street Y are within 2-6 blocks. The Fifth Avenue bus stops on 90th Street. There are subways stops at Lexington and 86th and 96th Streets.