107 West 86th Street, Unit 17A – $1,125,000
This lovely south and west-facing and high floor two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom co-op apartment is a true find. A quiet retreat, it offers a comfortable open layout, city views and outstanding storage in a coveted prewar building just one block from Central Park.
Tall beamed ceilings, gorgeous hardwood floors and a wall full of built-ins set a classic tone throughout this graciously sized and well-planned home. The roomy kitchen features abundant cabinetry, a pantry, stainless steel appliances including a Bertazzoni range, as well as an added storage rack to hang your pots and pans. Enjoy meals at home in the windowed dining alcove, or relax in the spacious living room large enough for a reading nook or work-from-home space. Both of the bedrooms offer southern exposures, two sizable closets each, and plenty of space for king-sized beds, or twins. A full bathroom with bathtub and powder room complete this wonderful home.
Located within the Upper West Side/Central Park West Historic District, 107 West 86th Street is a Neo-Renaissance building constructed in 1929. Converted to cooperative use in 1984, the pet-friendly building offers full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, laundry, 2 elevators plus service elevator, resident storage, and a bike room. Pieds-à-terres and 75 percent financing permitted. W/D allowed with board approval.
From this outstanding location, you’re surrounded by excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment. Enjoy hundreds of acres of iconic outdoor space with Central Park and the Reservoir one block east and Riverside Park four blocks west. Transportation is effortless thanks to 1/2/3, B and C trains, CitiBikes, and excellent bus service all nearby.