Bring your contractor to create your own oasis. This classic prewar one-bedroom apartment, with full dining room, requires very little vision to recapture its' original beauty. Crown moldings, original hardwood floors, 9'2" ceilings and beautiful beams throughout are just some of the old-world features.
Enter via a spacious foyer with two full size closets and built-in bookshelves. Straight ahead is a spacious dining room which offers plenty of space to entertain. Located just off the dining room is a large, windowed kitchen. The living room is also large, with plenty of room to relax and you will never lack for closet space! There is also a private storage unit in the building, included in the maintenance.
Designed by architect Emery Roth in 1925, 41 West 96th has wonderful Prewar details that offer a quaint and intimate setting for its residences as it only has 4 apartments per floor. The building is located on a beautiful tree lined Park block, between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. It has an attractive red brick exterior, with a distinguished roof line parapet marked with wrought iron railings. This full-service building offers old world charm, with a beautiful, ornate lobby, full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, central laundry room, bike room, and is pet friendly. Best of all, it’s a short distance to Central Park itself and public transportation!
This is the perfect opportunity to make your home in a charming building in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Manhattan. So bring your contractor and make this incredible apartment your own.
Do not miss this opportunity. Priced to sell at $750,000. Contact via Phone, Text or Email to set up an appointment..