Living in one of the country's most expensive zip codes is going to be, well, expensive.
If it's still unclear what that means exactly, take this recent listing on New York's Upper East Side, for example.
The sun-drenched, six-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath condo is situated at a corner of the swanky Seville apartment building on Manhattan's East 77th Street. It's also got four-exposure skyline views and a dining room big enough to fit 20 guests.
At just over 4,000 square feet, listing agency Douglas Elliman is calling the property the lowest priced six-bedroom condo in the neighborhood.
So how low is low-priced in the nation's third most expensive zip code? Click through to find out.
Monthly Common Charges: $3,998
Monthly tax: $2,934
Check out some more listings that Forbes compiled of homes in the 100 priciest zip codes across the U.S. and more on this property from the Tavivian Sporn Team at Douglas Elliman.
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