West 96th Street Upper West Side

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  • LISTING ID: I5121083619
  • BUILDING AGE: Pre-war
  • CC / MAINT: $2,086 / monthly
  • TAXES: N/A
  • STORIES: 6
  • PETS: No Pets Allowed
  • Amenities:
  • Air Conditioning, Elevator

Large Scale, Low Monthlies, Terrific Location, Easy living Fantastically huge, lovingly renovated two-bedroom, two-bathroom home in a pre-war, conveniently located coop. The home features bright and airy sunken living/dining room with two exposures (north and south) and wrought-iron railings, two massive split bedrooms, each with its own enormous walk-in closet and extra sitting area, 4 additional closets, windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets, two large, windowed bathrooms, home office, 4 additional closets, and a sprawling entry foyer. High ceilings, big windows (10 in total!) Inlaid oak floors, and arched doorways complete the comfortable, sizable and architecturally stimulating space.

Built in 1937, this centrally located, well-maintained Art Deco boutique elevator cooperative offers, video intercom security, live in super, laundry facilities and bike room - all with very low and stable monthly maintenance charges. Ideally situated between Central and Riverside Parks, close to the express subway 1-2-3-B-C lines and crosstown bus, steps from the new Columbus Square retail center containing Whole Foods Market, TJ Maxx, Home Goods, and Sephora, short walk to Trader Joe's and the Upper West Side's finest restaurants and bars including Dagon, Carmine's Buceo 95, Barney Greengrass, and the Mermaid Inn.

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

This is a Pre-war Low-Rise home located in Upper West Side, New York, NY. This home has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and was built in 1920.

  • Bike Room
  • Laundry Room
  • Video Intercom
  • Elevator

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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.