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265 Riverside Dr. 9B, New York, NY 10025

Listing Details:
$849,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Upper West Side Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,298 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

A Wonderful Place to Call Home! Spacious, 9th floor, sun drenched, north-facing, pre-war one bedroom.A large entry foyer leads to an expansive living room with soaring 10' ceilings and adjacent dining area . The windowed kitchen features a built in pantry, stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher. The corner bedroom has three windows with two exposures and a walk in closet with customized shelving and hanging rods. The apartment features wood floors throughout and four closets. Situated on the a quiet one-lane section of Riverside Drive on the south side of West 99th Street, this striking Classical building has a three-story rusticated limestone base, a curved faade at the corner of Riverside Drive and 99th Street, and a raised entrance with a portico with two pairs of fluted columns. 265 Riverside Drive has a part-time doorman, 7 days a week, from 4pm to midnight, it allows for 80% financing, and features a laundry room and a bicycle room in the basement. The apartment comes with a storage unit whose value is $13,000.Located just across the street from Riverside Park, the Hudson Greenway is just moments away and is perfect for enjoying sunset views of the Hudson River or outdoor activities. This prewar beauty has an elegantly decorated lobby, live-in super, full-time porter, and laundry.. No washer and dryer in unit.265 Riverside Drive was designed by George F. Pelham, owned by the West Side Construction Company and completed in 1910, the building had 2 apartments on the first floor and 3 apartments per floor on the 10 floors above. In 1932 the building was gutted and rebuilt with 7 apartments per floor around the original 2 elevator banks. It reopened in 1933 with 6 apartments on the main floor and 58 apartments above. The building was incorporated as a cooperative in 1992, and today the building has 64 apartments, almost evenly divided between cooperative apartments and rental apartments (one cooperative apartment combines 2 former apartments).

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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