A Two Bedroom Hits the Market Just Steps From Central Park

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Join us this Sunday 6/23 from 1:30-3:30PM for Open House. Modern updates meet prewar charm in this spacious Upper West Side two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op with central air just steps from Central Park.

With windows on three exposures, you’ll enjoy wonderful natural light and views throughout this home. The entry welcomes you into a bright living room paved in gleaming hardwood and topped by 9-foot ceilings. The adjacent open kitchen is equipped with sleek floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and top-notch appliances, including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, DeLonghi oven, Bosch cooktop and dishwasher, and a stacked in-unit washer-dryer. Enjoy casual dining at the wide breakfast bar, or head to the bright south-facing dining room for sit-down meals. Two bedrooms with ample built-in storage space are positioned near the large updated bathroom with pocket door, and two more closets flanking the entry mean storage will never be a concern in this special Upper West Side residence. Currently configured as a two-bedroom, this expansive, flexible layout can easily accommodate a powder room or can be reconfigured to suit your exact needs (see alternate floor plans).

55 West 95th Street is a stately prewar cooperative where residents enjoy a 24-hour attended lobby, live-in superintendent, laundry, and common roof deck. Located mid-block on a tree-lined street filled with bow-front brownstones, this home offers residential serenity and total accessibility. Glorious Central Park and the Reservoir are minutes from your door, and the great shopping at Columbus Square, including Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, is just two blocks north. There’s also fantastic dining and nightlife along Amsterdam and Broadway, and nearby 1/2/3, B and C trains put the rest of the city within easy reach. Please reach out to us for more information!

REAL ESTATE | 5 comments | permalink
    1. Jack Glass says:

      How much?

    2. Andrew says:

      How many square feet is this place?

    3. Grant says:

      Price isn’t bad, but how are the condo fees $2440 a month for a 2br? That isn’t normal right?

    4. Ellie says:

      Was the price mentioned?