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On the Upper West Side, a classic prewar co-op seeks $2.5M

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The top floor unit comes with three bedrooms and three bathrooms

Via Corcoran

Perched on the top floor of a 13-story Upper West Side building, and with some views of Central Park, this spacious co-op unit is now on the market for $2.49 million. The apartment comes with three bedrooms (albeit a super tiny third bedroom), three bathrooms, and recently underwent a renovation.

The light-filled apartment is now fitted with white oak plank floors, a swanky kitchen, and a laundry room fitted with a washer and dryer. The apartment opens up into a foyer, which looks onto the spacious living/dining area of the apartment, which features nine-and-a-half-foot-tall ceilings.

The kitchen is to the left of this space, and comes with a sizable central island, and a host of stainless steel appliances. The third bedroom, which is currently setup as a maid’s room, is adjacent to the kitchen, and comes with an attached bathroom.

The master suite, and the second bedroom are located on the other end of the apartment. The master bedroom comes with four closets, and two exposures, and the windowed master bathroom is located right outside the bedroom. In addition, the apartment also comes with two walk-in closets.

Residents of the building also have access to a bike room, extra storage, a central laundry room, and a playroom, and monthly maintenance charges here run a pretty costly $3,465.