200 East 66th Street,#C502Upper East Side,NYC NYC
This pristine split two-bedroom, two-bath home in the prestigious Manhattan House Condominium is flooded with light. It offers an expansive living room, with closet/office nook, and dining gallery. Enjoy sunny tree-lined views from the large windows overlooking a quiet, double-width street in the middle of the block. The sun-filled primary bedroom, with evergreen trees reaching the windows, enjoys a large en suite bathroom and spacious closets. The second bedroom is also bright and serene. The fully-equipped, windowed kitchen enjoys brand new, never-been-used Viking stainless-steel appliances, including a wine refrigerator.
Everything has been considered for your next chapter: upgraded new fixtures, new custom bathroom vanities, refinished natural hardwood floors, a new, never-been-used Bosch washer/dryer and year-round central air with Nest thermostats. This lovely home is waiting for you to move right in!
The Manhattan House was designed by Gordon Bunschaft in 1950 and was the first white brick building to be built in the city. Enjoy the rare convenience of driving up to one of the two porte-cochere entrances on East 66th Street, that lead into the lobby overlooking the beautifully landscaped one-acre private garden. Luxurious amenities include: 24-hour doorman, full-time residence manager, valet dry cleaning, garage parking available for a fee, Rooftop Manhattan Club with 10,000 square feet of interior and exterior entertainment space, Exhale Mind Body Spa & Fitness club, yoga studio, playroom, bicycle storage and five-star hotel concierge services. Located in the heart of the Upper East Side, the Manhattan House is conveniently close to transportation, shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and only four blocks from Central Park.
There is a monthly capital assessment of $804.75 payable over the next twelve months. (Local Law 11 & Local Law 152)
- Price: $2,325,000
- Common Charges: $1,656
- Financing: 80%
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Period: Post-war
- Built: 1950
- Building Type: Elevator