For a rare low-six-figure price, this one-bedroom co-op shares a neighborhood with the big-ticket buyers at One57 and 15 Central Park West, as well as easy access to the same great perks, like Lincoln Center, Central Park, the Time Warner Center and lots of theater options. While it might have a lot less interior space, the fourth-floor walk up at 431 West 54th Street looks bright, quiet and comfortable, and might just cost less per month than most rentals in the area. Just north of vibrant Hell’s Kitchen, the neighborhood is a growing residential favorite on its own with buyers and renters who love Manhattan living.
Interesting architectural details in this narrow-but-cute co-op include 10-foot beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace. The living room has a cool built-in bookcase, and there’s through-wall air-conditioning installed.
The galley kitchen looks clean and bright, and it’s closed off from the main living space to keep clutter contained. Both the kitchen and bathroom feature additional shelving for storage.
The bedroom fits a queen-sized bed and has not one but two walk-in closets. The building offers laundry and more storage in the basement, and will consider subletting and pied-a-terres.
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Neighborhoods : Midtown West