69 West 83rd Street
Central Park West & Columbus Avenue Upper West Side
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.7,320
- Pet friendly
- Central air
- Wood-burning fireplace
Built in 1884, this gorgeous Queen Anne style brownstone is steps from Central Park in the heart of the Upper West Side. It can be easily restored to a single family home and is also ideally suited for those looking to offset expenses with rental income. Currently, this wonderful house has 7 free-market apartments. The potential yearly rent roll can be up to approximately $225,000. Each apartment has its own state-of-the-art electric baseboard heating system and a dedicated hot water tank. The cellar has been excavated and combined with the garden floor creating a dramatic duplex with a separate entrance under the stoop. Throughout the house, there are many original fireplace mantels, exposed brick, high ceilings and new Marvin windows. Potential to deliver vacant.
Additional features of this building include: Central Air, Multiple Fireplaces, Central Vacuum, Hot Tub, Multiple Outdoor Spaces, and All New Systems.
Upper West Side
Upper West, from Central Park West to the Hudson River, 59th Street (excluding Columbus Circle) to 110th Street.
Every ten blocks of the Upper West Side seem to have its own character. The 70s and 80s have their share of “Classic Six” prewar apartments (that’s two bedrooms, a living room, dining room, and kitchen plus a room for the maid or domestic staff, sometimes used as a home office) as opposed to a “Classic Seven,” which has all these rooms in addition to another bedroom. Along Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side, some grand-scale apartment buildings with magnificent river views perfectly match the street’s name. Meanwhile, the southern bit of the Upper West Side embraces the Time Warner Center, which has some of the most spectacular luxury condos in the city, along with high-end shops like Coach and Hugo Boss, once-in-a-lifetime eateries like Per Se, and a giant subterranean Whole Foods that seems to have the capability to hold every resident of the Upper West Side at once.