111 West 88th Street is a classic four-story Renaissance Revival style brownstone designed by the architect Alonzo B. Kight in 1898 in a series of 11 rowhouses. Given the free-market status of all 6 units and its ability to be delivered vacant, this property offers endless flexibility and opportunity. Options include renting the units for a lucrative investment, creating a luxurious owner's unit with income from other units, or converting to a single-family home.
The sizable first floor unit features upgraded appliances, hardwood floors, a large master bedroom, an oversized living room with exposed brick and an entrance to a serene private garden, and a secondary bedroom in the rear with its own entrance to the tranquil and private outdoor space.
The second floor contains a floor-through unit featuring high ceilings, pristine original details, two large bedrooms, a washer/dryer, ample closet space, and natural light flooding through the apartment from both the front and back windows.
Generously sized front and back units on the third and fourth floors feature classic brownstone original details such as exposed brick, impeccable wood details, fireplaces, and wood ceiling beams. The top floor rear unit has a private entrance to a large and well-maintained roof deck with views of surrounding gardens and parks.
111 West 88th Street is set on a picturesque, tree-lined townhouse block in the heart of the Upper West Side, steps from Central Park and some of the best schools, shops and restaurants in the City.