Live the Upper West Side Dream in a Brownstone Apartment off Central Park for $4,800/Month

Posted On Tue, August 9, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, August 9, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Upper West Side 

This two-bedroom apartment for rent at 46 West 85th Street pretty much embodies the vision of a perfect Upper West Side life; $4,800 per month gets you a duplex with a big, furnished private patio in an old stone townhouse on a tree-lined street in coveted Central Park West, half a block from the park. There are extra goodies like exposed brick accents and a working fireplace in the living room, a modern renovated kitchen and a full bathroom on each level–there’s even an elevator, rare for a townhouse.

46 West 85th Street, Cool Listings, Duplex, Brownstone, Upper West Side, Manhattan, Upper West Side Apartment for rent

Available on September 15, the sun-dappled duplex has a large living room with exposed brick walls and, as mentioned, a working fireplace. A spiral staircase heads down to a bedroom, and you get a great view of your private outdoor space through sliding glass doors.

46 West 85th Street, Cool Listings, Duplex, Brownstone, Upper West Side, Manhattan, Upper West Side Apartment for rent

A newly-renovated open kitchen has a vented range, a dishwasher and and granite countertops.

46 West 85th Street, Cool Listings, Duplex, Brownstone, Upper West Side, Manhattan, Upper West Side Apartment for rent

46 West 85th Street, Cool Listings, Duplex, Brownstone, Upper West Side, Manhattan, Upper West Side Apartment for rent

A king-sized upstairs bedroom offers a big double-door closet; the downstairs bedroom is huge, with two large closets and a decorative fireplace. There’s a full bath on both floors, though neither are pictured in the listing.

46 West 85th Street, Cool Listings, Duplex, Brownstone, Upper West Side, Manhattan, Upper West Side Apartment for rent

46 West 85th Street, Cool Listings, Duplex, Brownstone, Upper West Side, Manhattan, Upper West Side Apartment for rent

The coolest perk of this move-in-ready uptown home may be the private patio with plenty of space for grilling, dining and entertaining.

In addition to that elevator, the building has laundry facilities and is just around the corner from the B and C trains and all the great Upper West Side museums, delis and postcard-perfect photo ops that make so many new residents arrive in NYC daily.

[Listing: 46 West 85th Street #B by Greg Linkous for Bond NY]

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