Asking Price: $1,198,000 [ SOLD ]
Approximate Sqft: 1,100
Featured Commmercial Property
HOME OR WORK! Lincoln Square and Central Park West.
This apartment has a RARE caveat: it can be your RESIDENCE or your OFFICES!
Currently a residence but previously a successful medical practice, this apartment is ripe to return to commercial use. This rare find is located on one of the finest stretches of UWS real estate.
Come see this unique 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, renovated/restored first floor home, just off the lobby. There are one large and two small bedrooms, marble bathrooms, Italian and Monogram appliances, gorgeous granite, restored antique original glass and a 13' long wood pantry. Unique designer lighting and fixtures adorn this charming flat.
An immaculately kept, jovial building (nineteen units) with video intercom
and included in your $2042 monthly maintenance is the usual (heat, water, taxes, superintendent and management fees); but this charge also includes: common bike room, personal storage cubby of about 3'x4'x5', air conditioner storage, and your gas bill!
Transportation is a breeze with the B and C trains a block away, the 1, 2 and 3 trains nearby, and buses along Central Park West and Columbus, as well as the transverses at West 66th and West 72nd Streets.
This is THE PARK BLOCK
walk and play within the most beautiful and beloved areas of Central Park, now your backyard and but a few meters from your door. West 69th Street may be the most beautiful entrance into Central Park, leading to the Sheep's Meadow, and the splendor of the lake and Boat House. Bump into celebrities on a daily basis and be the envy of all, living in the center of it all! Cheer on the marathon runners from YOUR park entrance, welcome the floats of the Thanksgiving Day Parade from YOUR corner, be part of the famous annual Halloween block party on YOUR street. Heck, West 69 Street is so friendly, there is even a monthly neighbors' "coffee on the curb".
Lincoln Center, Time-Warner/AOL Building, restaurants, the best retail shops along Broadway, Trader-Joe's, the Museum of Natural History, and the New York Historical Society are all but a comfortable distance nearby.
Cats welcome, but this building does not permit pet dogs.
IF YOU'D LIKE TO SEE THIS WONDERFUL APARTMENT, PLEASE CALL BILL FOR AN APPOINTMENT.