All the grandeur you'd expect from a fine prewar building takes center stage in this lovely apartment constructed originally for entertainers. Ten-foot-tall coved ceilings rise overhead, hardwood floors pave each room, and beautiful crown molding and picture moldings set an elegant tone. Arrive through a gracious foyer and gallery, outfitted with a large coat closet. To the right, the spacious windowed kitchen features glass-front cabinetry and full-size appliances, and ahead, French doors open to an oversized living room where a stately wood-burning fireplace is flanked by windows facing north and south. Another set of French doors reveals a large bedroom with two closets, and the bathroom features a jetted tub, separate shower and marble tile.
Built in 1916, 50 West 67th Street is a gorgeous brick and limestone Neo-Renaissance apartment house designed by Shape & Brady architects. Dubbed the "Musician's Building," the structure features soundproofed walls meant to appeal to the local theater and orchestral players of the day. Today's residents of the established cooperative enjoy full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, private basement storage, laundry and bike room. Liberal board policies permit pets, pieds-à-terre and subletting.
Enjoy middle-of-it-all accessibility from this tree-lined Upper West Side block. Central Park becomes your own backyard just inches away, and Broadway offers an endless array of great shopping and dining. Head to Lincoln Center or the Theater District for world-class entertainment, and bask in the convenience of having 1/2/3, B/D, A/C and N/Q/R/W trains all within reach.
Listed on Sep 23, 2019
DOM temporarily suspended
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,845
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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