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Big Reveal: $475K For a Prim & Proper Upper East Side Studio

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This lovely little studio on East 73rd Street has everything going for it: it's in a prewar building designed by revered Art Deco architect Emory Roth, it's situated right between Second and Third avenues (hey, the Second Avenue Subway will actually run one day), it has great custom millwork and sought-after details like a wood-burning fireplace and a dressing room, and it's asking just $475,000. Guesses this week skewed high ("$625,000"), with a few guesses coming rather close ("I'll say $500 minus $10K for each block east of Lex"), with two guesses coming in spot on (h/t redcat and melp.)

· Listing: 225 East 73rd Street Apt. 4F [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· How Much For a Prim & Proper Studio On the Upper East Side? [Curbed]
· Pricespotter archives [Curbed]