Something about this charming pre-war co-op at 316 West 82nd Street makes us feel like we’re on the set of a Woody Allen film. The two-bedroom pad is nostalgic for its 1910 inception with graceful lines, exposed brick, and quiet views of the well-maintained early twentieth century buildings outside the windows.
The unit is essentially divided into two spaces, with the living room, dining room and kitchen on one side and the sleeping quarters and bathrooms on the other. Turn left upon entry to find the adorably quaint living room with its curved windows, decorative fireplace, and built-in bookshelves. Off the living room is a cozy dining nook and a galley kitchen, complete with plenty of cabinets and counter space, and a convenient pass-through window to the living room.
Down the hall are the home’s two bedrooms, each with closet space and access to windowed adjacent bathrooms. (Take note of the adorably quirky second bedroom which features whitewashed exposed brick walls and some whimsical decorations.) The unit has hardwoods and 10-foot ceilings throughout.
316 West 82nd Street is an attractive building conveniently situated just half a block from Riverside Park. Residents enjoy laundry in the building, bike storage, and a lovely roof deck. Garfield is allowed but Odie’s going to have to sit this one out. This lovely Upper West Side home is going for $699,000.
[Listing: 316 West 82nd Street #5F by Brian Lewis of Halstead]
Photos courtesy of Halstead
Tags : 316 West 82nd Street, built-in bookshelves, curved windows, decorative fireplace, exposed brick, galley kitchen, pass-through window, Riverside Park, roof deck
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side