A one-bedroom in a beautiful Upper West Side brownstone has hit the market for $1.25 million. Located between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West less than one block from the park, the parlor-floor co-op at 61 West 68th Street is packed with charming pre-war details, including oversized arched windows, exposed brick, two rounded entryways, and two fireplaces. In addition to its lovely interiors, the apartment’s location, at the nexus of UWS, Lincoln Square, and Central Park West, is hard to beat.
The home’s nearly 12-foot ceilings make the already spacious pad feel even bigger. Four unique arched windows bring in southern light, greatly brightening the second-floor apartment. The living room, which has room for a sectional sofa and more, contains an exposed brick wall with two arched entryways that lead to the bedroom.
The open-kitchen may need some updating, but its curved countertop acts as the perfect breakfast nook or entertaining spot.
The architectural details continue into the bedroom, which is large enough to fit a king-size bed. The room contains a convenient walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom, with double sinks and a stall shower.
The apartment also comes with a lofted sleeping area and a small powder room. The 16-unit, pet-friendly co-op offers residents a shared laundry room and bike storage.
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Neighborhoods : Upper West Side