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This fully furnished one-bedroom apartment on the Upper West Side is reminiscent of historic New York apartments. The apartment is on the 2nd floor (1st for Europeans) of a limestone building dating from 1890, located less than a block away from Central Park. A buzzer/intercom system provides security. This apartment features two working fireplaces, a decorated ceiling, and a detailed wood floors. French, English, and Japanese antiques and carpets create an air of elegance throughout the apartment.
Original mahogany bookcases line the walls of the living room, which has 3 large windows that allow in natural light and overlook the residential neighborhood below. A dining table is situated in front of the windows and can seat up to six. All of the windows contain the original folding wood shutters. The bedroom also has a working fireplace, and has 2 windows which look onto the trees of the neighborhood. An office area is found off of the bedroom (Labeled as Living Room 2 in photos and floorplan).
The full bathroom is conveniently accessible through both the bedroom and the hallway. The kitchen contains modern appliances, glass-front cabinetry and bright white counters. The appliances -- including the Miele washer, dryer, and dishwasher and Thermador range -- are all white, giving the entire room a light, clean atmosphere.
The neighborhood is one of Manhattan's most dynamic. There is plenty of shopping on Broadway. Some of the best restaurants, like Bar Boulud and The Smith (both .4mi/600m) are a short walk away. Central Park is less than a block east of this apartment and the Museum of Natural History (.7mi-1.1km) and Lincoln Center (.4mi/700m) are also nearby.
For public transportation there is the 1 train on 66th Street and the 1/2/3 and B/C trains on 72nd Street. The 2/3 lines have express trains, making an easy commute to downtown Manhattan.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.