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91 Central Park West 9D , New York, NY 10023

$2,700,000
Listing Details:
$2,700,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,800 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$4,147 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Fireplace
Doorman
Prewar
Gym
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Unit Laundry
Description:

This big corner classic six has pre-war details in all the right places. It is approximately 1,800 square feet, with large, well-proportioned rooms, hardwood floors, beamed high ceilings and open views to the south and west. Offered for the first time in over 45 years, this gracious apartment is particularly well-suited to entertaining, with a large square gallery that connects the living room to the formal dining room. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace and herringbone floors. Both bedrooms are large, with walk-in closets and ensuite windowed bathrooms. The maid's room has been incorporated into the kitchen, which has a washer and dryer and an eat-in area.

91 Central Park West is a premier full-service cooperative with 94 apartments on 16 floors. It is conveniently located on the northwest corner of 69th Street, directly across from a pedestrian entrance to Central Park and within a short distance of Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle and both the subway and crosstown bus. The building was designed by Schwartz and Gross in the Neo-Renaissance style and completed in 1929. Amenities include full-time doormen, a live-in resident manager, fitness center, children's playroom, bike room, central laundry and private storage bins. Pets are permitted with board approval. 50% financing and there is a 2% flip tax.

Listing courtesy of Stribling & Associates

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