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115 East 67th Street, 1E

Upper East Side, NYC|$700,000

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115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
115 East 67th Street 1E, Upper East Side, NYC, $700,000, Web #: 19857790
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JOHNNY MERCER LIVED HERE

This lovely garden apartment was originally four staff rooms and a corridor. After World War II, Johnny Mercer, the legendary lyricist, songwriter and singer, who won four Best Original Song Oscars, and 19 Academy Award nominations, stayed in this garden apartment on trips to New York. The...

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This lovely garden apartment was originally four staff rooms and a corridor. After World War II, Johnny Mercer, the legendary lyricist, songwriter and singer, who won four Best Original Song Oscars, and 19 Academy Award nominations, stayed in this garden apartment on trips to New York. The Mercer family retained this home as a pied-a-terre until 1994.

For the past 25 years, the apartment was owned by another notable couple, quite involved in the city's cultural life. Their architect re-designed the space into a petite two bedroom, two bath home, complete with a living room, dining area and a separate kitchen. Every room has an outside view of the spectacular Millan House garden.

Located steps off Park Avenue, Millan House was built by John D. Rockefeller Jr. in 1931. A co-operative since 1947, Millan House consists of two separate buildings that are connected by a two-level Italianate interior garden courtyard, with a wonderful fountain and seating areas. Designed by architect Andrew J. Thomas with 57 apartments, the buildings are of general Romanesque character and covered with unique carved animal ornamentation. Pied-a-terre purchasers are welcome. The garden is extraordinary!

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Key Details

Sold Property Upper East Side, NYC
Cooperative
$700,000

Maintenance/CC: $1,731
Financing Allowed: 50%
ID: 19857790

Residence Information

Rooms: 4.0
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.0
Outdoor space: Yes
Air conditioning: Central Air

Building Information

Managed by: Brown Harris Stevens
Pied-à-terre allowed: Yes
Period: Pre-War
Built: 1931
Building Type: Elevator
Doorman: Yes
Attended lobby: Yes
Building courtyard: Yes
Roof garden: Yes
Laundry in building: Yes
Storage available: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes

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