Located just east of the new Q line, this incredibly bright and spacious split two bedroom home has large windows throughout flooding the apartment with natural light and capturing views as far south as Midtown.
Imagine the aroma of freshly baked bread emanating from this nicely renovated kitchen, equipped with full size stainless steel appliances and additional illumination with under the cabinet lighting.
The bedrooms include a well-proportioned master bedroom with generous closet space, southern exposure and big enough to accommodate a king-size bed. The second bedroom, currently set up as a two person home office, could easily fit a large bed with bedroom storage, or alternatively could be turned into a beautiful nursery. The bathroom was recently renovated with a new sink and vanity, and features a soaking tub with sliding glass doors.
345 East 86th Street is a postwar co-op offering full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, laundry facilities and a discounted on-site garage. Co-op rules permit pets, in-unit washer-dryers and pieds-a-terre with board approval. 75% – Seventy-five percent financing allowed.
Situated in the heart of the Upper East Side’s Yorkville neighborhood, the building is centrally located to all the major transportation hubs, including the Q line which is on the corner of the street, the 4/5/6 trains a couple blocks west, and it is surrounded by great parks, shopping, dining and nightlife on all sides. Central Park and the riverfront Carl Schurz Park are minutes away. The neighborhood is lined with great restaurants, shops and cinemas with both Whole Foods and Fairway Market nearby, Elios, Heidelberg and the always fun The Penrose or a quick breakfast bite nearby with both Tal Bagels and Mansion diner on the street.