- Bathrooms 1
- Bedrooms 2
- Maint/CC $798
- Price $1,035,000
This spacious Lower East Side home is awaiting your personal touch. Enjoy living in this pristine, original condition apartment
with an updated open-format kitchen. Live in the apartment as-is or bring your architect/contractor to explore the many opportunities affording this large two bedroom with private balcony. A half or full bath can easily be added, as well as enclosing the balcony to create a larger living room.
This high floor unit is the largest two bedroom footprint in the cooperative. With the original kitchen replaced and walls removed, you are able to enjoy an open living/dining area, while at the same time incorporating open views and seamless integration with the spacious outdoor balcony.
The units southeast facing balcony affords sweeping views, which range from the base of the Williamsburg Bridge all the way around to the East River and Manhattan Bridge.
Tremendous natural light, deep closets, plentiful storage space and a king sized bedroom are also a few of the many positive attributes this apartment has to offer. Topping off this list of amenities is a low monthly maintenance fee of just $798. Note: There is an additional assessment of $64 per month in place for complex-wide facade and roof repair through 7/31/19.
The Seward Park Cooperative offers on-site parking, bicycle storage, personal storage, an indoor children's playroom, two private outdoor playgrounds, a gym, a community room, shared office space, a children's organic community garden, composting, 24/7 maintenance services on site, 24-hour lobby attendants, and several acres of grass and private green space for reading books and relaxing outdoors. Conveniently situated within three blocks of the subway at Delancey/Essex St (F/M/J/Z) and East Broadway (F), north and south-bound access to the FDR, and just a few blocks from the M15 Select Bus Service, getting to and from work is seamless. The property is also situated for easy vehicular access to Brooklyn via the Williamsburg, Manhattan, and Brooklyn Bridges.