Welcome home to this beautifully appointed and charming 2 bedroom/ 1 bathroom Prewar apartment quietly nestled in one of Manhattan's highly coveted Upper West Side Cooperatives. One enters residence 10J and is met with a gracious foyer that leads to a picturesque living room boasting prewar details, granite windowsills, tasteful moldings, soffit lighting, and amazing light throughout. Through stylish French doors, sits the adjacent dining space and bright open chef's kitchen with 3 windows facing South and West. This handsomely appointed kitchen features stainless steel appliances throughout, ample cabinet and storage space, granite countertops and backsplash, slate flooring, built in wine fridge, and a self-venting washer and dryer, nicely tucked away in what was a half bathroom (able to be reverted back if desired).
Both bedrooms are generously proportioned and contain beautifully done custom built-ins with added storage. The sun-splashed Southern bedroom boasts glamorous unobstructed open City views down to Billionaire's row, thru-wall air conditioning, and two generous closets. The eastern bedroom is quietly tucked away off the foyer and the windowed bathroom is outfitted with modern white tiling, a glass encased shower/tub combo, limestone flooring and vanity, and a gorgeous textured steel designer sink. This apartment is perfectly rounded off with original hardwood floors, thru-wall air conditioning, and 9' ceilings throughout.
Built in 1924 by renowned architect Rosario Candela, 174 West 76th stretches from 75th Street to 76th street with doorman entrances on both sides. Known for its "Park Avenue architecture" this landmarked full-service luxury cooperative contains a 24-hour doorman, common laundry, storage bins, a large central bike room as well as a Resident Manager. This pet friendly building has recently added a private garden for residents, newly furnished rooftop, and the lobbies have undergone a recent renovation. In arguably one of the best locations on the Upper West Side, you're a short distance from the best local neighborhood amenities such as Central Park, The Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center, and a wide array of fabulous restaurants and shopping at your fingertips.