Sprawling apartments in the Upper West Side with a Central Park view and tall ceilings aren’t easy to come by. It’s even more difficult to imagine one available at a 20% price reduction, like this unit at 6 West 77th Street. Originally listed at $4,995,000, the price of this stunning prewar home with elegantly beamed ceilings has recently been dropped by an even $1 million to $3,995,000.
With three full-sized bedrooms and a fourth smaller room that can be used as a bedroom, office or den, this apartment has more than ample space. The vast and openly designed living room, dining room, and kitchen dance effortlessly, making it an ideal layout for entertaining guests. The polished kitchen houses granite countertops, custom wood cabinetry, stylish tiling, and tons of refrigerator space. The effervescent bathrooms and their expert tile work will have you feeling like you’re at the spa.
The building’s prewar design has been gracefully refurbished and boasts cozy hardwood floors, fashionable moldings, beamed ceilings and more storage space than most people can fill. There are a whopping 14 closets, three of which are walk-in and ample built-ins throughout which adds to the completeness and warmth of this alluring space.
A refined and roomy apartment in the Upper West Side – in a landmarked building designed by renowned architect Nathan Korn – at a 20% price drop doesn’t just appear everyday. Listed by Anna Kahn of Halstead Property View full details on Linecity.com