41 West 74th Street
Central Park West and Columbus Avenue Upper West Side
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Dry cellar with superb storage and new mechanicals..
Two apartments. Back is a 1 bedroom and front is a studio. Ceiling height 9'6" - 9'8".
Two one-bedroom apartments. Ceiling height 10'3".
Floor through three bedroom. Ceiling height 10'5".
Parlor Floor (2nd Flr)
Owner's Duplex- Second Floor: Two huge bedroom suites with their own bathroom and separate sitting rooms. Ceiling height 11'9".
Garden Floor (1st Flr)
Enter on Garden level into a vestibule. Owner's duplex apartment entry. Owner's apartment is a very large 3 bedroom/ 3 bath home with use of the entire cellar. On this level, there is a bedroom or office in the front of the building, a living room in the center and a renovated kitchen in the extension. The entrance to the garden is through the kitchen. Large garden ready for a green thumb. Ceiling height 8'5".
- Approx. Sq. Ft.8,175
- Central air
Exceptional block! Wide House looks out onto historic row of 25' mansions. Possible owner's home plus income. 5 story home, 8,400 sqft including cellar. This house is delivered vacant.
Additional features of this building include: 5 Story home, 8,400 sqft including cellar, Wide House on historic block, and Possible owner's home plus income.
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