Exposed brick dominates at this $979K duplex on the Upper West Side
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Exposed brick dominates at this $979K duplex on the Upper West Side

January 9, 2017

This two-bedroom apartment occupies two floors of an Upper West Side brownstone at 171 West 73rd Street. Renovated by an architect, the interior is chock full of exposed brick and hardwood floors while rooms were smartly laid out to maximize space. After last selling in 2010 for $750,000, it’s now on the market for $979,900.



The apartment’s main level holds an open living area and kitchen, as well as a bedroom. (The kitchen recently got an upgrade with new stainless steel appliances.) Through sliding glass doors there awaits a large common garden that is shared by five of the building’s units.


The second bedroom–which can also be used as a den–opens to the common living area by a pair of sliding doors.


The lower level of the apartment is below grade and holds the master bedroom, a roomy dressing area, and plenty of built-in storage. It’s connected to its own bathroom with a large soaking tub, separate shower stall, and a full sized washer/dryer.


Overall it is a nice amount of space with some unique interior details. The location is sure to appeal, as well, right outside the 72nd Street/Broadway subway station and a short walk from the American Museum of Natural History and Central Park.

[Listing: 171 West 73rd Street, #2 by Jasmin Abrol for CORE]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of CORE

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