Located on a tree-lined block in one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods, this turn-key Prewar One Bedroom has been upgraded with a quintessential modern East Village aesthetic. Unit 2C is a south facing, smartly laid out home with excellent room flow between the generous sized living and kitchen areas and a spacious bedroom that will accommodate a King size bed and much more. This stylish living space features beautiful hardwood oak floors, high ceilings, recessed lighting, abundant closet and storage, a chicly designed bathroom with subway tiles and chrome fixtures, rounded off with a modern, large kitchen with custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, including a washer/dryer. The East 7th Development Corporation at 199 East 7th Street is located between Avenues B/C. Built in 1935, this charming Pre-War building has just 18 units over five floors. Very well kept, clean, and efficient walk-up building with a live in super whom will accept packages for you (a nice plus!). With low maintenance and solid financials, the building attracts long term residents and investors. Pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, and guarantors allowed. Sublets are permitted on a case by case basis and after just two years of ownership. The building has been approved for financing up to 80% and has solid financials. Flexible Co-op. 199 East 7th Street #2C is cozy, charming, artistic, modern and eclectic all in equal measure and very much in the spirit of its surroundings; the East Village is considered one of New York's most vibrant, artistic neighborhoods. Surrounded by a myriad of community run gardens and the nearby Tompkins Square Park, East River Park, Hamilton Fish Park, and El Jardin Del Paraiso, it is also a haven for a relaxing lifestyle in a city environment. Easy access to the FDR and to public transport- the F, J, M trains and M15, M9, M14A, M14D, M21, M8, and M103 bus lines.
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