50 Lexington Avenue Unit: 6-C, New York, NY 10010
Welcome to 50 Lex 6C, a converted and renovated 2 BR/2Bath with a private balcony featuring a unique floor through layout for maximum privacy. Enter into a bright and spacious living room facing East with access to a completely renovated kitchen with quartz counters, modern white cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Your second bedroom off the living room is separated by sliding doors and is perfect for a home office, guest or nursery/kid's room. The king size primary bedroom is tucked away in the back for maximum privacy and features a tastefully renovated en-suite bathroom as well as generous closets. Newly refinished parquet floors, a 2nd bathroom that's also completely redone and ample storage throughout the apt round out this wonderful home.
50 Lex offers 24 hr DM, live-in super, indoor swimming pool, gym, sauna, laundry room and a roof deck with stunning views of many NYC landmark buildings! Operating similar to a condo, the building has a flexible sublet policy and allows pied-a-terres, gifting, parents buying with/for children as well as pets. In-unit washer/dryers allowed under certain conditions.
At the crossroads of Gramercy and Flatiron, you're right near Madison Square and Gramercy Parks, Eataly, Whole Foods, Trader Joes and all the shopping and restaurants of this highly desirable area. Transportation options are terrific the 6 and N/W/R trains are all nearby as is the M23 crosstown bus.
Capital contribution fee of 3 months maintenance payable at closing.
HOA Amenities: Fitness Center, Pool, Storage Facilities
Other Exterior Features: Balcony, Building Roof Deck, Balcony
Sales Price: $1,115,000
HOA Fees: $1,931
50 Lexington Avenue Unit: 6-C
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Jaylon's long real estate career and analytical approach are the perfect complement to Colleen's exceptional sales and marketing background. Together, the J Brigham Team strives to deliver an utterly stress-free, successful experience and optimal outcomes with the foresight and intuition necessary to prevent problems before they arise.