166 E 63rd St #17C, New York, NY 10065
166 E 63rd St #17C, New York, NY 10065
166 E 63rd St #17C, New York, NY 10065
FOR SALE

166 E 63rd St #17C
New York, NY 10065

Upper East Side

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Description

Perched on the 17th floor of the 20-story Beekman Townhouse condominium in prime Lenox Hill rests this bright and spacious 2 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment offering incredible city views! Large picture windows frame captivating cityscapes and invite in lovely natural light into the generous interiors with double exposures (north and east). A gracious closet-lined foyer greets you upon arrival and spills into an expansive living and dining room with hardwood floors, affording various seating options for entertaining. The windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances sits nearby for culinary inspiration and easy serving. The large, comfortable primary bedroom has a wall of windows and is a quiet retreat with a big walk-in closet, second closet, and tiled en-suite bath. The second bedroom is also well-proportioned, with dual closets and exposures. A full hall bathroom is conveniently positioned across the hall. This Upper East Side gem with a great layout and plenty of space to work from home can be your dream residence with a little updating and personalization.

Built in 1959 and converted to a condo in 1990, Beekman Townhouse at 166 East 63rd Street is a desirable elevator building designed by the famed Emery Roth. A lovely recently renovated lobby, full-time doorman, onsite laundry and parking garage add to its appeal. Washers/dryers are permitted in individual units. The address is excellent, on the southeast corner of 63rd Street and 3rd Avenue near Central Park, the Lex Ave/59th Street subway lines (N, R, W), fine dining, a wide array of shopping, plus a host of other services and amenities.

Home Highlights

Parking
No Info
Outdoor
No Info
A/C
Cooling only
HOA
$1,797/monthly
Price/Sqft
$1,306
Listed
4 days ago
Listing by: Sotheby's International Realty, (212) 606-7668

Home Details for 166 E 63rd St #17C

Interior Features

Levels, Entrance, & Accessibility
Stories: 20Elevator
Appliances & Utilities
Dishwasher
Heating & Cooling
Air ConditioningCooling System: Central

Days on Market

Days on Market: 5 Days on Trulia

Property Information

Year Built
Year Built: 1959
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Condo

Price & Status

Price
Price Per Sqft: $1,306

HOA

HOA Fee: $1,797/monthly

Additional Information

Doorman

Price History for 166 E 63rd St #17C

Event DetailsPrice
01/14/2022
Listed For Sale
StreetEasy
$1.79M

06/01/2021
ListingRemoved
StreetEasy
$1.98M

12/16/2020
Listed For Sale
StreetEasy
$1.98M

10/04/2012
Sold
Public Records
$1.65M

09/15/2012
ListingRemoved
Agent Provided
$1.75M

06/27/2012
Pending
Agent Provided
$1.75M

05/04/2012
PriceChange
Agent Provided
$1.75M

04/24/2012
PriceChange
Agent Provided
$1.85M

04/10/2012
Listed For Sale
Agent Provided
$1.9M

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Property Taxes and Assessment

Year2019
Tax$31,899
Assessment$615,635
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Price Trends

For homes in 10065
$1,516,295
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This home: $1,795,000 16% above
$1,273
Typical Home Value by sqft
This home: $1,306 3% above
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Neighborhood Overview

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What Locals Say about Upper East Side

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    There are sidewalks
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    It's walkable to grocery stores
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    It's walkable to restaurants
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    It's dog friendly
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    Streets are well-lit
  • 83%
    People would walk alone at night
  • 59%
    There's holiday spirit
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    Kids play outside
  • 57%
    They plan to stay for at least 5 years
  • 43%
    It's quiet
  • 36%
    Neighbors are friendly
  • 28%
    Parking is easy
  • 24%
    There are community events
  • 19%
    Yards are well-kept
  • 15%
    There's wildlife
  • 15%
    Car is needed
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166 E 63rd St #17C, New York, NY 10065 is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,374 sqft condo built in 1959. 166 E 63rd St #17C is located in Upper East Side, New York. This property is currently available for sale and was listed by StreetEasy on Jan 14, 2022.