Map of 435 E 77 St, New York, NY 10075, 8EF
|7||min||Birch Wathen Lenox School (K-12)||Private|
|9||min||Brearley School (K-12)||Private|
|13||min||Ella Baker School (PK-8)||Public|
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This offering represents a rare opportunity to create the Upper East Side home of your dreams by combining these two adjacent, sun-drenched one-bedroom units into a single, sprawling corner residence spread across approximately 1,500 square feet. Bring your architect/contractor and an open-mind to create a three-or-four bedroom, two-bathroom residence with generous closet space, more than 12 over-sized sunny windows, a beautiful open kitchen, and finishes and fixtures you have always been dreaming for. This blank canvass offering represents an unbeatable value and price per square foot for the neighborhood.
435 East 77th is a handsome post-war co-op building boasting two elevators, a landscaped canopied entryway and grand lobby entrance, renovated hallways, on-site laundry, bicycle and storage room, plus a live-in superintendent. Co-purchasers, guarantors, parent purchases and pied--terres are permitted. This is a smoke-free building, and dogs are not permitted.
Set on a placid, tree-lined Upper East Side block, and featuring just 87 homes across 12 floors, this is the perfect building for owners wishing to create a calm oasis in the middle of the bustling city. The building is just steps away from John Jay Park, which features two swimming pools, a playground and basketball courts. The gorgeous East River Promenade is the perfect place to watch the sun rise during a morning walk and provides direct access to Carl Schurz Park to the north. The neighborhood is filled with buzzy restaurants and bars, including the Meatball Shop and Seamstress, and plenty of grocery stores and gourmet shops, including Upper East Side favorite Agata & Valentina. Transportation is a breeze with the 6 train just three blocks west, the M79 crosstown bus two blocks north and the M15 SBS bus providing express service up and down First and Second avenues. The new Second Avenue subway has been and will continue to be one of many catalysts of rapid appreciation and growth to your property. Please note these photos are virtually staged.