215-217 E 96th Street Unit: 26-L
This corner, coveted 'Junior 4' layout in One Carnegie Hill is on the market for the first time since original purchase from the developer. Apartment 26L offers 764 sq. ft. of efficiently laid out interior space and sensational city views via floor to ceiling windows from every room. Currently set up as an open concept living room/dining room combination, the defined dining area can be easily partitioned to create a separate 2nd bedroom or office with floor to ceiling windows and its own hvac unit. The most incredible light and views await you from every window! See the bridges, river, parks and skyline from this high floor apartment with a North-Western exposure. Not to mention this apartment boast tons of closets, gorgeous bathroom, windowed chef's kitchen with Marble countertops, along with a washer and dryer in the apartment!
Easily accessible to anywhere in the city with the Q train right outside your door, and the 6 train is one block away. A short commute to your final destination with main transportation hubs a stop away!
One Carnegie Hill is a full-service, pet friendly Condop located in close proximity to several subway lines. Rich in amenities, the building offers 24-hour doorman/concierge, state-of-the-art fitness center, 50-foot lap pool with on-site lifeguard, Pilates room, aerobic/yoga studio, Peloton, massage room, locker rooms with steam room, sauna, children's playroom, outdoor garden (with BBQ area), playground, pet spa, a bike room and a parking accessible from the building, for a separate fee. There's also a business center on the third floor and common and cold storage. The rooftop terrace offers panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and can be enjoyed by all residents. A world class of amenities with no additional fees. Subletting is permitted and the policy is consistent with conventional condo sublet rules.
Live in this neighborhood and you'll discover the many attractions that make the Upper East Side so charming and chic. Whether you're in the mood to catch a movie, see an exhibit, bike in Central Park or meet a friend for an espresso, there's always something to do when you live on the Upper East Side.