The huge and popular Upper East Side contains several smaller neighborhoods, each with its own vibe. Lenox Hill is at its southern edge, spanning 59th to 79th streets. That makes it easily accessible to downtown while taking advantage of all the UES has to offer. Prices here can run high, but our Deal of the Week is an excellent exception. This Lenox Hill 1-bedroom, 333 E. 66th St. #1A, is beautiful on the inside. But its the outside that makes it really special.
The Price: $550,000
The median asking price for a home on the Upper East Side is $1.6 million, according to the StreetEasy Data Dashboard. (We told you prices here can run high!) That puts our Deal of the Week at a full million bucks less than the median asking price for the neighborhood.
Buyers who put down the 20% minimum down payment of $110,000 can expect to see monthly payments of $3,158. This includes a mortgage payment of $1,860 and a maintenance fee of $1,298.
Why You’ll Love It…
That private patio is truly the piece de resistance! The living room’s extra-wide window and glass door leads out to your personal paradise. Fully fenced in, this outdoor space has room for furniture, gardening, and more. It’s even equipped with electricity and water.
Inside this Lenox Hill 1-bedroom, you’ll find new renovations in all the right places. The kitchen is outfitted in white oak cabinetry, quartz countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. The bathroom shines, too. And the wide-plank herringbone floors throughout the unit are so elegant. The bedroom features two face-to-face closets leading into the ensuite bath, creating a perfect dressing area.
To top it all off, our Deal of the Week is set in an elevator building with a doorman. Not to mention the pool, gym, and sauna! There’s also laundry, storage, and parking. Plus, you’re close to multiple train lines, shops, and restaurants, as well as St. Catherine’s Park.
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… And Why You Might Not
This Lenox Hill 1-bedroom is a first-floor unit, which isn’t for everyone. But since it faces away from the street, noise shouldn’t be a huge issue. Plus, all the windows are north-facing, so there might not be bright sunlight throughout the whole day. But it’s a small price to pay for that private outdoor space!