New York City NYC

7 West 96th Street, 12B/12C

3 bedroom(s) 4 bath(s) 1,879 Square Ft

7 West 96th Street, 12B/12C

3 bedroom(s) 4 bath(s) 1,879 Square Ft
7 West 96th Street , 12B/12C New York, NY, 10025 See Floorplan
  • Chef's Kitchen
  • Fireplace
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Open View
  • Park View
  • Skyline View
  • Southern Exposure
Building Amenities
  • Bicycle Storage
  • Doorman
  • New Development
  • Private Storage
Co-op $2,495,000
Maint/CC: $3,535

Perfectly situated across from Central Park. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to design your new dream home. Relax with peaceful treetop views overlooking Central Park to the East and the NYC skyline to the South. The beamed ceilings, hard-wood floors, decorative fireplace and pre-war details create an atmosphere of grace and serenity. Well situated on the corner of the building with 12 large windows, sunlight pours in throughout the day. The expansive layout includes a living room, a dining room, two sunrooms and presents countless opportunities for the visionary. There are three bedrooms with the possibility to create a fourth as well as four full bathrooms. 7 West 96th Street is located in the heart of the Upper West Side, across the street from Central Park. The B/C subway lines and the crosstown bus are right outside the front door. The building is an art deco masterpiece designed by famed theater architect Thomas Lamb and completed in 1931. There is a 24 hour doorman, extra storage in the basement and a shared planted roof deck to enjoy more spectacular park views in the fresh air. Pets are welcome. Spacious and refined, this apartment is a must-see.

Howard Morrel
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Private Office Advisor Howard Morrel Team
25 current listings
ID NO - 1438949
Rebecca Kilborne
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Howard Morrel Team
1 current listings
ID NO - 1438949

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