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116 West 72nd St. 10-D, New York, NY 10023

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$598,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,003 Maint/CC
Key Features:

Priced to sell!! Location, Location, Location! This sun-flooded spacious true 1 bed/1 bath boasts impeccable upgrades, wood-floors and lots of windows. The open kitchen features wood cabinets and there's a large walk-in closet next to the living room.

The bedroom has 2 big windows, plenty of built-ins for storage and the spacious en-suite bath also has a window and extra shelves.
Beautiful wood floors throughout.

Located in a well-maintained pre-war coop building in the heart of the upper west side, one of the most sought after neighborhoods in New York City! This remarkable Italian Renaissance Palazzo-style building was designed by Schwartz & Gross was built in 1930 and features a newly renovated lobby, laundry room and a live-in superintended. Pied-a-terres and parental co-purchasing permitted on a case-by-case basis. Subletting allowed after 3 years of ownership and then can sublet 3 of the next 5 years and repeat.

Close to all public transportation, shops and fine restaurants. Trader Joe's is right around the corner. Central Park, Riverside Park and Lincoln Center for the performing arts are just a few minutes away. Very low monthly maintenance. Perfect for first time buyers!

Assessment of $85.98 until 12/31/22

Listing courtesy of Compass

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