4 Lexington Avenue, #1A

Representative, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Licensed as James Brettholz

26 Astor Place, New York, NY 10003
C: (917) 687-4614  O: (646) 588-4044  F: (646) 545-5999
Representative, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

26 Astor Place, New York, NY 10003
C: (646) 483-6516  O: (646) 588-4074  F: (646) 545-5998
ListingID: 784365 | Type: Cooperative
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Bedrooms: 1  |  Baths: 2
Ft2/Mt2: 600/56 (aprx)
Pre-war | Doorman | Pets allowed | Bicycle room | Storage room
Hardwood floors | Duplex | Washer/Dryer
at 23rd St 0.1 miles
at 23rd St 0.3 miles
at Union Square 0.3 miles
at 3rd Av 0.4 miles
at 23rd St 0.5 miles
at 14th St 0.5 miles



Residence 1A is situated within The Sage House located at 4 Lexington Avenue and the corner of East 22nd Street. This one bedroom, two bathroom duplex is an unbelievable opportunity for the discerning buyer. This particular unit happens to be zoned for live/work which is truly a rare find in this highly coveted area of Manhattan. The layout is situated so that the first floor could easily serve as a potential waiting area, complete with private restroom, in addition to a separate enclosed office/work space. The upstairs could then be utilized as a bedroom or living space, also complete with a bathroom, for the owner’s personal usage. If you are a buyer that has no need to utilize the space for a work situation then the first floor could easily serve as your kitchen and breakfast area as well as your living room with the upstairs making for an ideal bedroom. This property is being offered at an exceptional price as it does require a renovation. A little work will surely go a long way in making this apartment a truly lovely home!

Sage House was built in 1913 as the home of the Russell Sage Foundation, the philanthropic organization named in honor of the railroad tycoon, politician, and Wall Street financier. The Foundation's purpose was the study of social issues and improved living conditions in the United States. Prominent architect Grosvenor Atterbury designed the building in the style of a Florentine Renaissance palace incorporating vaulted ceilings and a red sandstone facade with carved decorative shields. The two top floors were devoted to the Foundation's social work library, one of the finest libraries of its type. The Archdiocese of New York purchased the building in 1949 to house the offices of Catholic Charities. In 1975, the building was converted to residential use.

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