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Martin Eiden Team

110 5th Ave,

New York, NY 10011

Phone: 917.701.8898

Email: [email protected]

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Alex Maghoub
Martin Eiden

315 W 86th St, Unit 7EF

$1,295,000 | 315 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024

Turnkey ready Classic Prewar Gem!


A sprawling, spacious, mint condition home, currently set up as a Two-Bedroom, Two-Bathroom, that easily converts back into Three-Bedrooms! (See alternate floor plan)


Enjoy the charming prewar details throughout with high beamed ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, picture frame moldings, over-sized room proportions, and large closets. Other apartment highlights include a well-designed and fully renovated kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, clean modern subway tile, a breakfast bar, and excellent storage. You have windows in every room, including both bathrooms and the kitchen. Super quiet.


The king-sized primary bedroom boasts a walk-in closet and a beautiful en-suite bath with pedestal sink, wainscoting, and original cast iron soaking tub. The second full bath is also renovated with a clean and fresh design including lovely sea glass tile. The apartment also includes a large washer/dryer in the unit! Every New Yorker's Dream.


315 West 86th Street is located on one of the most desirable blocks on the Upper West Side. Tree-lined, extra-wide, with reduced traffic (no buses, no exit/entrance to the West Side Highway), and leads directly into the lovely landscapes, playgrounds, and dog parks of Riverside Park. The area is also close to world-class shopping and dining options on Columbus Avenue and Broadway. Nearby transportation includes the 1 Subway and many bus lines.


Building amenities include a part-time doorman, live-in super, central laundry, bike room, and storage bins for rent. Pets are welcome! Showings are by appointment only with prior notice.

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3

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

1927

Year Built

Interior & Exterior

Property Type:
Co-op

Financial

Maintenance Fee:
$2,653 / month

The Neighborhood: Upper West Side

Known for popular attractions like the Natural History Museum and Lincoln Center.

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