A beautiful Upper East Side home at 358 E. 69th Street, has just been reduced by 13.4%, from $4.5 million to $3.895 million, a price that now affords truly excellent value for money.
The recently renovated 3310 ft.² four-storey brownstone has three bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths six fireplaces, an elevator and a south facing garden. Michael Bolla, Managing Director at Prudential Douglas Elliman says “The most outstanding element of this home is the abundant natural light throughout the day.”
The property also benefits from beautifully proportioned rooms, air conditioning and all modern amenities, although the renovation has kept many of the original details including the gorgeous 1899 wood work.
The first floor has an open kitchen, dining room and living room with fireplace and it opens out onto the large garden. The second floor contains the main entrance to the home and a double parlor, each with a fireplace. The third floor features two bedrooms with fireplaces, two full bathrooms and a smaller bedroom that would be suitable for use as an office or study. The master bedroom is located on the fourth floor, and has its own oversized bathroom and a large skylight. As for the basement, this contains the washer and dryer, and has lots of storage and a full bathroom.
Bolla went on to say “With the reduced pricing, location and amount of sunlight this home receives, you really can’t get much better than this home. The price per square foot is significantly lower than other homes in the same area, making this townhouse one of the best deals on the Upper East Side.”
Prudential Douglas Elliman is New York’s largest residential brokerage, and has over 60 offices in New York City, Long Island, the Hamptons and Westchester/Putnam, and more than 4,000 real estate agents, as well as a network of national and international affiliates.