Here’s a chance to live right off Central Park West without spending a fortune. This fun, colorful studio has hit the market for $575,000 at The Park Royal, an Upper West Side co-op just a half block from the park. The building, of course, boasts a 24-hour concierge and doorman, and the studio isn’t too shabby, either. A wide arched doorway provides separate living spaces and the kitchen was smartly packed away into an alcove. Some creative design allows for a little extra space to spread out, as well.
The south-facing studio has nine-foot beamed ceilings, solid oak hardwood floors and a separate kitchen and dinning area. A wall of windows along the south end–not to mention bright blue walls–keep the space from feeling cramped. A murphy bed has been hidden away into this living area.
Believe it or not, that kitchen alcove holds full size appliances that includes a dishwasher. Folding doors hide it away, creating a formal dining room.
The bathroom, according to the listing, was recently renovated.
This gorgeous co-op was designed by the renowned architect George F. Pelham. The listing isn’t kidding when it says it’s located in the heart of the Upper West Side–you’re just a short walk from Strawberry Fields, the American Museum of Natural History and the New York Historical Society. For a location this good, we wouldn’t mind a cozy, brightly colored studio like this.
[Listing: 23 West 73rd Street, #302B by Yael Shapiro for Douglas Elliman]
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Tags : 23 West 73rd Street, studios
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side