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243 Riverside Drive
Coop in Upper West Side
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Estate Sale. Purchase a one-bedroom home at studio pricing. Bring your imagination to this one-bedroom prewar charmer filled with design possibilities. Character, high ceilings, west light and beautiful Riverside Park views make this loft-like prewar home a stand-out. Other features include galley kitchen with 30" dishwasher, 30" oven and refrigerator, windowed bath and storage galore. The main entrance to the building is located on Riverside Drive between 96th and 97th Streets. There is a second entrance on West 96th Street. Convenient to transportation, West Side Highway and crosstown to the East Side. Enjoy the beauty of the Hudson River and all Riverside Park has to offer. 243 Riverside Drive, is an historically significant and architecturally unique building designed by Herman Lee Meader. The building which is known as The Cliff Dwellers Apartment and was erected in 1916 as an ode to the Wild West. It has 62 apartment and 5 units on floors 2-12 plus two penthouse units. It was converted to a cooperative in 1979. Some of the units have been combined. The coop allows 80% financing. Cats only. No dog policy. There is an current assessment of $145.00 per month. It has a large laundry room. Referenced in "The A.I.A. Guide to New York City, Third Edition," They said that the friezes "symbolize the life of the Arizona cliff dwellers and serve to tie these prehistoric people to Manhattan's modern cliff dwellers." Bring your measuring tape and take a look at this value opportunity.

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