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  • 426 St Nicholas Ave 3-B, New York, NY 10027
  • $1,600
  • 1 BedroomBedrooms
  • 1 BathroomBathrooms
  • 0 Half BathroomHalf Bathrooms
  • Sqft
  • Sold On

426 St Nicholas Ave 3-B, New York, NY 10027

  • Open House
  • New Listing

$1,600

  • 1 BedroomBedrooms
  • 1 BathroomBathrooms
  • Sqft
  • Rental
  • Active
  • MLS# OLRS-1745764
  • Sold On
0 More Schedule
  • Price Reduced

Property Information 426 St Nicholas Ave 3-B

  • MLSOLRS-1745764
  • Zip Code10027
  • TypeRental
  • Bedrooms1
  • Bathrooms1
  • Total Rooms3
  • Sq. Ft.0
  • Interior Features
  • Year Built1910
  • Estimated Taxes$0
  • Maintenance or Common Charges$0
  • Building Features
LOCATION: 13nd and St. Nicholas Avenue This is a spacious 1 bedroom apartment located directly across the street from St. Nicholas Park and perfectly situated between the 15th A/B/C/D Express Stops and the 135th street B/C trains. Be at 59th Street in 1 EXPRESS STOP!! Apartment features: * original hardwood floors * separate kitchen and bedroom * good closet space * oversized living room


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Listing courtesy of: John Ruocco, Compass  
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