Prewar Coop Built 1909 in
Upper West Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Located on one of the most stately and picturesque blocks on the Upper West Side, this wonderful prewar apartment is truly an incredible opportunity. This light-filled, corner 1 bedroom home features a grand living room with a decorative fireplace, tall 9'6" ceilings, oak strip floors and lovely moulding. A charming kitchen with industrial materials that blend into the pre-war aesthetic add a modern touch to this cozy gem. The windowed bathroom has been updated in keeping with the prewar charm. The stripped metal and wood doors add to the apartments vintage appeal. This is a relaxing apartment that feels like a quiet oasis in the middle of Manhattan.257 W 86th Street was built in 1907 in the neo-Renaissance style as artist ateliers and was converted to a cooperative in 1972. This exclusive and intimate building features a full-time elevator operator, roof deck, bicycle storage, and is just a half a block from the 1 train and the crosstown bus. A large storage unit in the building also transfers with the apartment!This beautiful prewar building is located in the heart of the UWS where shopping, restaurants and transportation options are in abundance. Pet friendly! Showings by appointment only. 65% financing allowed.