125 Central Park North, #PH4

Condo | rented
Between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Lenox Avenue
WEB ID: 5318557
$5,200
    • 3 BEDS
    • 2 BATHS
    • 1356 APPROX. SQFT
    • PRE-WAR
    • N, S EXPOSURE
    • BUILT 1920

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    About 125 Central Park North, #PH4

    Sun Flooded Full Floor Penthouse 3 Bedroom with sensational direct Central Park Views!!! This large 3 bedroom apartment features an oversized living room with separate dining area with direct southern views over central park, a modern pass thru kitchen featuring stainless steel kitchen-aid appliances. The apartment has 2 marble bathrooms , washer/dryer , direct keyed elevator access and a virtu...

    key features
    • Penthouse
    • Doorman
    • Elevator
    • Pet friendly
    • Full city view
    • Full park view
    • Full river view
    • Full skyline view
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    125 Central Park North

    125 Central Park North

    Apartment Building in Harlem

    Between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Lenox Avenue

    17 UNITS
    11 STORIES
    1920 BUILT