Square Footage (Approx.): 1000
- PRE-WAR DETAILS
Elegant prewar details dress this classically styled two bedroom. An efficiently laid out, windowed kitchen opens to a spacious living room/dining room. The bedrooms are sunny and quiet. The bathroom features British fixtures and an original cast-iron bathtub. This is a well priced home that affords excellent space, layout and location.
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Designed by architect Robert T. Lyons (St. Urban, 285 CPW), 135 West 79th Street is a 12-story, mid-block building erected in 1920 and converted to a cooperative in 1983. It has 53 apartments, 4 on each floor. The taupe brick building has a two story limestone base that was just repointed, and has a step-up, canopied entrance leading to a large, elegantly detailed lobby that was just beautifully renovated and restored.
One of the Upper West Side’s prettiest tree lined blocks, the east end of this quiet street faces Manhattan Square, the large park in which the American Museum of Natural History stands.
- LIVE-IN SUPERINTENDENT
- CENTRAL LAUNDRY
- BIKE STORAGE
- PET FRIENDLY