For under $400K, this Upper West Side studio is cozy, clever, and convenient

Posted On Mon, November 12, 2018 By

Posted On Mon, November 12, 2018 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Upper West Side 

It’s a hard thing in this city to find a studio that doesn’t induce claustrophobia and is still affordable, but this charming $375,000 co-op at 156 West 73rd Street rises to the challenge. Not only is it located less than two blocks from Central Park and a half block from the 1, 2, 3 trains at 72nd Street, but thanks to 10-foot ceilings, oversized street-facing windows, a sleeping loft, and separate kitchen, it feels a whole lot larger.

Historic details like exposed brick and a decorative fireplace add to the unit’s charm, while the nook under the sleeping loft is perfect for a mini office or additional storage, which can also be found above the kitchen. There’s even enough space for a small dining room area before entering the compact yet efficient kitchen.

This stretch of 73rd Street is a quintessential Upper West Side brownstone block. In addition to the Central Park and subway proximity, it’s right near Trader Joes, all the restaurants and bars along Amsterdam Avenue, and a few blocks from Riverside Park.

[Listing: 156 West 73rd Street, 4F by Rosalie O’Mahoney, Andrew Chung, Susie Park, and Tay Kim of Compass]


Listing photos courtesy of Compass

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Neighborhoods : Upper West Side



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