Listing images by Rise Media, courtesy of Corcoran
This pre-war studio is definitely petite (it comes in just under 500 square feet), but it manages to pack in some charming details and has a great Midtown West location going for it. Located on the top floor of 457 West 57th Street, Columbus Circle and Central Park are less than two blocks away. The co-op is now on the market for $395,000 after last selling in 2003 for $180,000.
The main room boasts hardwood floors and nine-foot beamed ceilings. Southwestern exposures bring in abundant light and views of Midtown and beyond while recently installed CitiQuiet soundproof windows keep outside noise at bay. The current layout manages to squeeze in a bed, a small sitting area, and a home office setup.
The kitchen has your essentials covered, including a built-in microwave, a two-burner stove, and a dishwasher. Across from the kitchen are two closets and the building offers additional storage in the basement. There’s also a windowed bathroom with white subway tiles and blue accents.
Known as Addison Hall, the red brick building dates back to 1930. It’s pet-friendly, has a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, laundry, storage, and a bicycle room.
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Listing images by Rise Media; courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Midtown West