Sold & Closed. A bright, open, and spacious two-bedroom condominium with all the best pre-war charms: big closets, high ceilings, original details, thick doors and walls, and windowed kitchen and bath. The apartment is a corner unit, with split-bedrooms, and large windows running the fifty feet along the northern front of the building. The eastern exposure has a view of Central Park.
Built in 1925, the apartment retains details from the era like the herringbone hardwood floors with mahogany inlay, exposed beamed ceilings, and restored antique French doors. In 1987 the building became one of the first, and still one of the few, Pre-War Condominiums in Manhattan.
The location is a block and a half from Central Park and is situated among the tree-lined streets of the Upper West Side. The surrounding area has all of the luxuries, amenities, and conveniences of the city. Transportation is amazing with the express 2/3 stop at 93rd and Broadway and the A/C a few blocks away on Central Park West.
The building features a live-in super, porter, part-time doorman (5pm to 1am), storage, bicycle room, and central laundry room on lower level with brand new card-operated washers and dryers. A large shady outdoor garden at the rear of the building provides patio space, complete with a well-maintained large Bar-B-Q for outdoor cooking and parties. There is an assessment in place for approximately $250/month.