Living on 73rd Street right off Columbus Avenue sounds like a seven-figure dream to many Manhattan real estate seekers. You’re less than a block from Trader Joes and the 1, 2, 3 trains, just one block from the most classic part of Central Park near the Dakota and John Lennon memorial, and smack in the middle of all the new restaurants and shops popping up along the avenues. But this cozy co-op at 126 West 73rd Street is asking just $699,000. The 700-square-foot co-op not only gives you a coveted location but two floors of living space, a rare second half-bath, and three large street-facing windows.
Throughout the space are high beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. The modern kitchen has a full-sized stove, dishwasher, built-in microwave, and attractive glass-front cabinets. It’s open to the living space, which is large enough for a small dining table. Off the entryway is a half-bath.
Up the spiral staircase is the private bedroom and a full bath.
The pre-war, elevator building has a live-in super, laundry, and bike room. It’s pied-a-terre and pet-friendly. Cco-purchasing and parent-buying are allowed, as is subletting after two years of residence.
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Listing photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side