It’s almost like living in another era! This renovated, mint-condition home on the Upper West Side is housed in a beautiful pre-war building, and even has a spacious outdoor roof terrace – something you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment at 136 West 75th Street, Apartment PHA is perched on the top floor of a six-story building, and has been renovated down to its bones. Owners will enjoy central air conditioning and white oak herringbone floors throughout the unit, and fall in love with the Leicht kitchen that’s outfitted with a Miele dishwasher and laundry units, a Viking oven, quartz countertops, a wine fridge, and a Calacatta Gold marble backsplash. Both bathrooms are similarly refinished in a high-end style. Plus, the apartment has ten-foot ceilings and huge windows, providing views of the lovely neighborhood.
But the cherry on top for this home is the oversized roof terrace, which comprises 850 square feet, and provides unobstructed views in all directions – plus, it’s complete with plants and outdoor furnishings.
The building has a live-in super, a bike room, additional storage, and laundry facilities, too. Owners will be right in the middle between Central and Riverside Parks, plus, close to an abundance of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. The Beacon Theatre and the American Museum of Natural History, for instance, are only blocks away.