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Perfectly perched on the 4th Floor of a 5 Story Elevator Townhouse on a Highly Desirable Central Park Block, this Prewar One Bedroom Home is a Very Unique Offering! With Tall Windows facing North and East, looking up the Tree-Lined Landmarked Street toward the San Remo towers, you have a Front Row View of the Architectural Details and Adornments that decorate the neighboring Historic Row Houses. Apt #7 enjoys High Ceilings, a Wood Burning Fireplace, Excellent Closets off a Central Foyer, Additional Overhead Storage, Updated Kitchen and Bathroom, and Well Proportioned Bedroom and Living Room. Rarely do Townhouse Coops have an Elevator- making this an unusual proposition.
Built in 1910, within the Central Park West Historic District on a gorgeous street of charming row houses. The building is Neo-Georgian with Beaux Arts elements, and was developed together as a row of homes by the Clark Family, most famous for building The Dakota. Originally constructed as a mansion with brick, ironwork, and limestone, this 5 story elevator co-op now has 10 quintessential homes. Located near the B & C trains and also convenient to the #1, #2, #3 express station with world class shopping, dining, and entertainment all around.