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24 West 68th St., New York, NY 10023

$5,000,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$5,000,000 Price
Multi-Family Townhouse Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
7 Beds
6.5 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$8,131 RET
Key Features:
Prewar
Description:

24 West 68th Street is a 19 foot wide Renaissance Revival townhouse built circa 1896 by famed architect George F. Pelham. The painted brownstone offers an excellent opportunity for an owner/user seeking income or an investor.

The location couldn't be better - Central Park on the corner, Lincoln Center just three blocks south, numerous dining and shopping opportunities on Columbus Avenue - and everything that makes this part of the Upper West Side of Manhattan one of the most exciting and desirable neighborhoods to call home.

Currently consisting of 10 units - 7 of which are vacant- 24 West 68th Street offers a user the opportunity to create a spacious garden triplex for themselves while collecting income from the three occupied apartments. The triplex would consist of the garden, parlor, and recreation room floors. There is also the opportunity to create a 2-3 bedroom duplex by combining the vacant fourth floor and the front half of the fifth floor. The current yearly gross income would be $273,504 if the house was fully rented.

Please contact us for any additional information you might require. Co-exclusive.

24 West 68th Street is SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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