353 East 104th Street, 7-A
Manhattan, East Harlem       First Avenue & Second Avenue

  • Price: $669,000
  • CC: $1,061
  • RE Taxes: $662
  • 3.5 Rooms
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bath
  • 820 ASF [76 SM]
  • $816 APPSF [$8,782 APPSM]
  • Condo
  • PT Doorman
  • Mid-rise
  • 90% Financing Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
Apartment Features
  • Abundant Closets
  • Dining Room
  • Separate Dining Area
  • Exposures: South & West
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Horseshoe Kitchen
  • Open Kitchen
  • Corner Apartment
  • Balcony
  • Entry Foyer
  • Central Air
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Alarm/Security System
  • Dishwasher
Floor Plan
Property Media
Broker Summary
FOR YOU, TERRACE LOVERS....Gorgeous convertible 2-bedroom condo with large terrace available at Observatory Place. This stunning corner apartment will hit every mark on your list. The beautiful kitchen features custom Italian cabinets, Caesar stone countertops and GE Profile stainless steel appliance, including dishwasher; and the sleek bathroom features Kohler fixtures, and a large southern-facing bedroom. Bamboo floors, oversized windows, central air, Bosch washer/dryer, and a nearly 200-square foot L-shaped balcony with breathtaking southern and western views complete the home. Live in it as is, or create a second bedroom or home office that suits your needs. Observatory Place is a pet-friendly building and offers a variety of amenities including: refrigerated storage; bicycle/stroller storage; gym; private storage for each unit; roof top garden retreat featuring river views; herb garden and a building-wide video intercom security system and part-time doorman. Investor friendly, co-purchasing and guarantors permitted. Showings available upon request.
Building Details
  • Ownership Condo
  • Service Level PT Doorman
  • Access Elevator
  • Financing Allowed 90%
  • Pet Policy Pets Allowed
  • Building Type Mid-rise
  • Age Post-war
  • Year Built 2007
  • Floors/Apts 11/41
Your Agent

Kyu Chon

W: 212-688-1000 [ext 148]

M: 917-553-1324


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