Settled in the heart of Manhattan you'll find this charming, classic New York 1 bedroom located just seconds from Central Park & Carnegie Hall and within only a couple short blocks of Columbus Circle, Whole Foods, and multiple subway lines (B,D,F,N,Q,R,W,A,C,E) The apartment boasts an approximate 700sf functional layout with 20th century details have been meticulously preserved including artistic murals that must be seen.
Upon entering, you are greeted by a large foyer. The formal living room is complimented with a wood burning fireplace (to be inspected by the new owner), two massive windows and tons of space big enough for another dining area or office (the owner currently has a piano in the unit)! Off the living room you'll find a dining area with built-ins that you lead you into the kitchen equipped with a dishwasher, gas stove and contains its own south facing window.
The bedroom easily fits a king sized bed and contains tons of storage. In fact while most 1-bedrooms contain 3 closets throughout an apartment, 8C has 6 total closets with the bedroom having 4 alone (not including all the built-ins aka storage for days). The bedroom also contains a large North facing window and working space.
135 West 58th is a boutique prewar, doorman building containing 34 units. The lobby and original wood paneled elevator have been restored to their original historic character with modern upgrades. Amenities include a full time super Part-time doorman (from 8:30-4:30 M-F) , laundry room, storage and bike storage.
Pied-a-Terre, guarantors, and co-purchasing are allowed with a friendly subleasing policy: After 2 years of occupancy, the apartment can be rented out for 4 out of every 6 years. If two apartments or more are owned within in the building , one of them could be rented out continuously without restriction. Pet friendly. Washers and dryers allowed!
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