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Brown Harris Stevens agent Katharine Tuckerman just sold her own Lenox Hill co-op.
The one bedroom, one bath unit at 201 East 66th Street has been renovated but still has its pre-war charm, with crown and base moldings, built-ins, refinished wood floors, and a bathroom with Waterworks vanity and Carrera marble floor.
It also has a dining alcove, which many residents turn into a second bedroom.

MICHAEL JONES
MICHAEL JONES

Tuckerman listed the unit at $899,000. Corcoran’s Michael A. Jones brought in the buyer who closed at $913,000 within 21 days.
Jones said, “This unit checked a lot of boxes for buyers in the one bedroom market.ˮ
“The windowed dining alcove is convertible to a second bedroom, which is a very important factor. The building now allows washer/dryers, which is a big deal in the co-op world where a lot of similar buildings still do not permit. And, the apartment is completely renovated and showed very nicely, the building has reasonable maintenance and a convenient East Side location.”

 

MANHATTAN
Upper West Side
35 W82nd St. #9C

LORETTA BRICCHI LEE
LORETTA BRICCHI LEE

$1,290,000
Convertible three-bedroom, one-bath co-op with open city and partial Central Park views. Currently configured as a classic five, the dining room can be transformed to a third bedroom. Pre-war detail including picture frame molding and beamed ceilings. Oak hardwood floors and French doors throughout. Located in circa 1912 neo-Renaissance style co-op a half-block from Central Park. Asking Price: $1,300,000. CC: $1,863.56. Days on the Market: 18 weeks. Agents: Madeleine Dale, Halstead; Loretta Bricchi Lee, Citi Habitats.

Upper East Side
333 E66th St.#14L
$485,000
Alcove studio co-op with city skyline views through oversized windows. Located on the 14th floor, the home includes a separate kitchen with microwave and dishwasher and living/dining area with parquet floors. Convertible to a true one-bedroom. Building amenities include a full-time doorman, roof deck, gym, pool and residents’ laundry room. Asking Price: $480,000. CC: $1,186. Days on the Market: 19 weeks. Agents: Susan Raskin Di-Leo and Caroline Bass, Citi Habitats.

50 E79th St.
$3,750,000
2,000 s/f three bedroom, 2-bath post war co-op with wrap-around terrace, city and Central Park views. Entry gallery, living room, separate dining area, renovated bath with Waterworks fixtures. Full service building offers a gym, garage, doorman, live-in super, concierge, storage, bike room, laundry room. CC: $4,661.55. ASking price: $4,950,000. Weeks on Market: 28. Brokers: Brenda Solomon, Fox Residential Group; Lisa Lonuzzi, Corcoran.

240 E76th St. #10W
$499,000
400 s/f studio with unobstructed western views from window that takes up the full living room wall. Murphy bed with a separate living room space. Separate kitchen with three counter sections, L-shaped kitchen bar, Bosch dishwasher and built-in Liebherr refrigerator. Four closets and separate hallway. Virginia Teak hardwood floors. The Eastmoreoffers a full-time doorman, roof deck, bike storage, laundry and garage. Asking price: $499,000. Weeks on Market: 12 weeks. CC: $908. Agents: Victoria Woolley Parry, Keller Williams NYC Midtown (pictured); Phyllis Pei, Douglas Elliman

520 E76th St. #5G
$600,000
One bedroom, 1-bath co-op apartment with north-facing windows that fill the living room. Bedroom with views of John Jay Park and East River. Maple hardwood floors, custom Elfa closets. Remodeled bathroom with Toto toilet, Robem mirrored medicine cabinet, Waterworks faucets, glass shower doors and ceramic tile. Full-size linen closet and central AC. John Jay House amenities include laundry room, roof deck, storage bins and bike room available for a monthly fee. Asking price: $585,000. Weeks on Market: 1.5. CC: $1,553. Agents: Victoria Woolley Parry, Keller Williams NYC; Debra Sloane, Heller Organization.

Turtle Bay
959 First Ave. #23E

WEI MIN TAN
WEI MIN TAN

$1,739,990
907 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath in Toll Brothers new condominium The Sutton. Modern finishes and handcrafted detailing. Roman-style brick wraps around the entire building. Basket weave wood floors throughout the lobby and residents’ lounge. Custom-designed kitchen and bath fixtures. Asking Price $1,739,990. CC: $1,457. Time on Market: 49 Days. Agents: Alex Juarez, Toll Brothers; Wei Min Tan, Rutenberg.

East Village
141 E3rd St. #4C
$755,000
Corner one-bedroom at Ageloff Towers Art Deco elevator building. Entry foyer, open living room with high beamed ceilings and original inlaid wood floors. Windowed eat-in kitchen currently separated from living space, but wall can be removed to create open kitchen. King-sized bedroom with closet storage unit. Windowed bathroom with cast-iron tub. Electricity included in maintenance. Pet-friendly co-op. Full-time lobby attendant, live-in super, laundry room, package room and bike storage. Asking price: $775,000. Common Charges: $1,090. Time on Market: 44 Days. Agents: Rudi Hanja, Siim Hanja, Brown Harris Stevens; Chris Danuser, Dean Moodie, Charles Rutenberg LLC.

Picture top: 50 East 79th St.

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