408 East 79th Street Unit: 8B, New York City, NY 10075
408 East 79th Street Unit: 8B
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408 East 79th Street Unit: 8B

408 East 79th Street Unit: 8B

This spectacular 1,858 SF 3-bedroom 3-bathroom floor-through residence encompasses North, South, and East exposures offering gorgeous views of St. Monica's Church and city skyline. Incredible natural light pours in through 9-foot floor-to-ceiling windows in addition to Juliet balconies in the Master and Second bedrooms. Generously proportioned room sizes and ultra-private master suite make this apartment one of the most sought after layouts in the Arcadia. Other features include a spacious entrance foyer, ample storage including 2 walk in closets in the Master Bedroom and 5 piece master bath, and custom California closets throughout. Enjoy a windowed eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, Subzero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Wolf stove and Miele appliances in addition to a full size vented washer/dryer. Built in 2005 and created by architect Costas Kondylis, The Arcadia is one of the Upper East Side's premier Full-service condominiums. Amenities include a 24 hour doorman and concierge, a library/entertainment suite, private gym with beautiful skylight, yoga studio and massage room, playroom, and screening room. Enjoy local conveniences such Agata and Valentina across the street, as well as all major transportation within walking distance. Transfer fee equal to 12 months of Common Charges.
  • 3 BEDS
  • Sold
  • 2005 BUILT
  • 1,858 Sq.Ft.

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status:Sold
  • LIVING SPACE:1,858 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID:CORC-3462360
  • Type: Condo
  • Year Built:2005
  • Neighborhood:Upper East Side


  • Total Bedrooms:3
  • Total Bathrooms:3
  • Full Bathrooms:3
  • Laundry Room:Common Area


  • Stories: 20
  • Air Conditioning:Wall Unit(s)
  • Other Exterior Features:Juliet Balcony


  • SALES PRICE $2,850,000
  • REAL ESTATE TAXES $25,656/yr
  • HOA Fees $2,676
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