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Luxury Condo For Sale

-580 Crown 
-4 Bedrooms,
-3 Bathrooms,
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Dining Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Parking,
-Private Storage Room,
-Shabbos Elevator,
-Tax Abatement,

 

Listed to sell
Price: $995,000. Firm

Exclusively by
J.J. Katz
Heights Properties
718-363-3932 x101
jj@heightspropertiesnyc.com

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