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Located in the heart of Lincoln Square, this one-bedroom, pre-war apartment is the perfect place to call home. You enter through a foyer that opens into a living room with high, beamed ceilings, original crown molding, and glass doorknobs—an ideal nook for entertaining. The kitchen features a gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator, along with any chef’s dream of storage space, including a full-size butler’s pantry. The bedroom, which retains its original frosted-glass transom, is large enough for a queen-size bed and room to spare. The bedroom’s windows are surrounded by beautiful, built-in bookcases, while the hallway outside the bedroom features two large closets.
The building has newly renovated hallways, bike storage and laundry in the basement, along with a video security system. Pieds-à-terre allowed. Sorry, no pets.
This classic building is located in Lincoln Square, offering access to all the cultural attractions that have made this one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Manhattan. With Lincoln Center immediately west and Central Park immediately east, you are also just a few blocks from Columbus Circle and the abundant shopping, restaurants and entertainment of the iconic Time Warner Center.
If location is your priority, this is the apartment for you to call home. Call today to view.
This is a Pre-war Low-Rise home located in Upper West Side, New York, NY. This home has 1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms and was built in 1925.
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The Upper West Side (which includes the Morningside Heights community) is centered on Broadway and includes Columbia University, giving it the reputation of being NYC’s cultural, artistic and intellectual core. The serene and upscale atmosphere of the Upper West Side, in combination with its amazingly convenient location and stimulating culture, give it a reputation as one of the most sought-after locales in Manhattan. The area’s collection of magnificent brownstones, townhomes, and luxury condos are in seriously high demand.