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215 West 75th Street #3-A | Upper West Side
1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Taxes/Maintenance: $1,979
Floor: 3
Courtesy of Compass
This elegant apartment is located in a well-maintained pre-war doorman building in the heart of the Upper West Side. The Majestic Towers is a competitively sought-after cooperative. Rarely do people move from here and many trade up or down just to stay in the building. The same line, 5A, two flights up, recently sold for $765K and apt. 4B, absolutely dark with no reflected light apartment, sold for $725K. AND. . . 3A boasts 9'3" high ceilings, complete electrical upgrading with attractive wall sconces, re-finished oak hardwood floors, large windows with custom blinds, a Large Walk-in Closet in the bedroom and a smaller coat closet in the foyer. The large cabinet in the bedroom is quite useful but can be easily removed (seller will do so in advance of the sale and repair the wall if you wish) if more bedroom space is desired. The well-functioning windowed eat-in kitchen is outfitted with an abundance of beautiful modern cabinetry with a wine rack, spice cabinet, Caesarstone Quartz counters with small rectangular glass tiles for a backsplash, and porcelain tiled floors. The stainless-steel appliances include a Refrigerator, gas range, XL Microwave, Fisher & Paykel drawer dishwasher, and the much sought-after in the apartment WASHER/DRYER COMBO! Should you choose to eat in the kitchen, there's a convenient banquet with storage and room for a dining table. The ensuite porcelain-tiled bathroom features a glass-enclosed shower, a Toto toilet, Kohler sink and NK Porcelanosa faucets. Built in 1924, The Majestic Towers at 215 West 75th Street is a meticulously run co-op with a fascinating history. Ask me and I will regale you with all the details. The magnificent roof deck offers an overhang providing shaded dining or an elevated deck in open air with lounge chairs and exquisite self-irrigating flower, bush, and tree planters. 215 enjoys an enviable location equidistant from Central Park and Riverside Park. Right outside your door are fabulous restaurants, convenient shopping at Fairway, Citarella, Trader Joe's, Zabars, and some of the city's greatest cultural institutions (Lincoln Center: The Metropolitan Opera, NY Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall and Alice Tully; The Beacon Theater, American Museum of Natural History, NY Historical Society), and the 72nd St. hub of subway lines 1, 2 & 3 ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Maintenance: $1,979 more

Bicycle Storage
Storage Facilities
Laundry - Common Area
Pre War Building
Pets Allowed
Entrance Foyer
Building Roof Deck
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Sale Price
Down Payment
Mortgage Payment:
Common Charges & Taxes: $1,979

Total Monthly Payment:
Mortgage Amount $552,000
30 Year Fixed