Live in an exquisite lofted home, just one flight up in a gorgeous historic brownstone in one of the best New York City neighborhoods! Enjoy the convenience of location, comfort, design, quiet tranquility and efficiency with access to everything the city has to offer right outside your door. Welcome...
Live in an exquisite lofted home, just one flight up in a gorgeous historic brownstone in one of the best New York City neighborhoods! Enjoy the convenience of location, comfort, design, quiet tranquility and efficiency with access to everything the city has to offer right outside your door. Welcome to 156 West 73rd Street, 3R. Enter this unit and be immediately drenched in natural light from the southern facing oversized windows. The soaring 11' ceilings are complimented with hardwood floors, a full wall of exposed red brick, and an original mantle surrounding the decorative fireplace giving this apartment that quintessential New York City feel. Admire the varied Manhattan architecture in the pretty southern view past 72 street along with brownstones' manicured gardens and patios.
The kitchen has been fully renovated with modern cabinets, quartz counters and brand new appliances, including a convection oven and electric cooktop. The modern bathroom is bright and efficient. Another big bonus of this studio is the storage space. Every square inch in this unit is utilized creating a spacious layout. The foyer area contains two large closets. The lofted area offers a place to fit a queen-size bed. There is an additional storage alcove in the loft space. A full wall of storage cabinets are accessible by a charming library ladder. New York City apartments rarely have this kind of storage if any at all.
West 73rd Street is in the prime Upper West Side neighborhood. 156 West 73rd Street is the Hermon Batterson House which was designed by the Dakota architect, Henry Janeway Hardenbergh and was completed in 1881. Just one and half blocks east is the iconic Central Park and the Strawberry Fields section. There is quick access to the Delacorte Theater, the Great Lawn, and running, biking, and walking trails. Known for its cuisine, the UWS offers fine dining and high-end shopping. It is within walking distance to the world famous cultural center of Lincoln Center and several major NYC museums. Just a couple blocks west is Riverside Park where one can bike and walk next to the Hudson River. The building is also located less than 1/2 block from the north entrance to the express 2/3 trains and the local 1 train making all of New York City within reach.
There is a virtual doorman as well. Parents are allowed to buy with children and for children. Pied A Terre and co-purchasing are allowed. Pets are allowed.