Make your home just inches from Central Park in this one-bedroom, one-bathroom cooperative in one of the Upper West Side's loveliest historic buildings.
Combining original prewar grandeur with state-of-the-art updates, this beautiful home welcomes you with wide-plank hardwood floors and tall beamed ceilings with recessed and designer lighting.
From the gracious foyer, featuring the first of many California closets, the magnificent gourmet kitchen impresses with beautiful black and white custom cabinetry featuring glass doors, wine storage, and brass hardware. Marble countertops surround a farm sink and state-of-the-art appliances, including a Wolf range and Liebherr refrigerator. Ahead, the large living room invites you to relax or entertain alongside a south-facing window and counter seating.
Wake up with the sun in the spacious king-size bedroom, where abundant California closet space and built-ins provide outstanding storage space.
The updated en suite bathroom is beautifully appointed with contemporary fixtures and an oversized curbless glass rain shower with a hand sprayer.
New windows with excellent insulation are covered with custom remote-controlled Hunter Douglas shades featuring silhouette and blackout options.
Integrated surround sound and Verizon Fios wiring make movie nights a joy, while through-wall, air-conditioning controlled by the Habitat smartphone monitors temperature with the touch of a button.
The Oliver Cromwell is a regal Italian Renaissance apartment house designed in 1926 by the esteemed Emery Roth. Residents of this special cooperative enjoy 24-hour doorman service, a live-in superintendent, central laundry, storage, and a bike room.
From this outstanding Lincoln Center location, you're just seconds from Central Park's most beloved features, including Strawberry Fields, The Lake, Bow Bridge, and Bethesda Terrace. The majestic Dakota is across the street, and the city's best gourmet stores line the nearby streets, including the original Fairway Market, Gourmet Garage, Trader Joe's, Citarella, and more. Enjoy easy access to fantastic restaurants, nightlife, and Lincoln Center entertainment. Transportation is effortless with B, C, and 1/2/3 subway lines, excellent bus service, and nearby CitiBike stations all nearby.
An assessment of $218 per month runs through December 2026.