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live just inches from central park in this spacious and light-filled two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom prewar cooperative. In this breathtaking home, the grand scale and architectural details you'd expect in a fine prewar apartment house are beautifully maintained and combined with chic modern updates. A large foyer lined with closets makes a gracious first impression. Ahead central air throughout, gleaming hardwood floors, crown molding and tall beamed ceilings invite you into the bright living room filled with breathtaking built-ins and sunny south-facing windows. Entertain in the large dining area under a gorgeous tray ceiling, and enjoy a spacious windowed kitchen with granite countertops, in-unit washer/dryer, and top-notch appliances by sub-zero and bosch. The serene master suite drinks in lovely sunlight and views that skim across the neighboring historic buildings. Five large closets attend to wardrobe and storage needs, and the en suite bathroom boasts classic penny and subway tile. Off the dining room, smart pocket doors reveal a guest bedroom, ideal as a home office or nursery, and there's a half-bathroom just off the kitchen. As if seven closets weren't enough, this outstanding home conveys with a basement storage locker. Built in 1925, 20 west 77th street was designed by george f. Pelham in the neo-renaissance style in brick and limestone. Today's residents enjoy part-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, laundry, bike room, storage and a landscaped roof deck. Pieds. Terre, central air, in-unit washer-dryers and pets are permitted with board approval. Positioned between central park west and columbus avenue, this home offers front-row access to central park and the american museum of natural history. This outstanding upper west side location is also surrounded by great shopping, dining, nightlife and the attractions of lincoln center. Nearby b, c and 1/2/3 trains provide effortless access to the rest of the city.
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