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50 East 72nd Street, 7BC1 - Upper East Side, New York
Located in one of the few coveted prewar condo buildings on the Gold Coast of the Upper East side, these two apartments provide a unique opportunity to custom-design your own sprawling home just one block from Central Park. On East 72nd Street between Madison and Park Ave in a full-service white-glove building, the two condominiums are currently configured as a classic six with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and as a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom with corner exposures. Each unit features a wood-burning fireplace, elegant prewar details, and high ceilings. Make your dreams a reality by transforming these two apartments into a vision of Upper East Side grandeur spanning approximately 2,850 square feet.
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