Bright, spacious and just renovated (and not lived in since) two-bedroom, two-bathroom boutique condominium home with a charming tree-level exposure and direct views of the Natural History Museum and Theodore Roosevelt Park. A private elevator landing leads onto the sun-splashed living and dining area, an oversized 26'9" by 17'1" loft-like room with protected views and complete privacy. Brand new floors provide a fresh contrast to a magnificent and open white kitchen that is brand new and equipped with soft-close drawers, under-counter lighting, and an abundance of counter, cabinetry and storage space, as well as stainless steel appliances and a stackable Bosch washer and dryer. The open layout is perfect for entertaining complimented by the enormous picture windows in every room all overlooking lush treetop exposures. There is through-the-wall air conditioning in every room and also a convenient private trash and recycling area behind the service exit in the kitchen.
This home is situated in the most superb location on the West Side, across the street from the American Museum of Natural History, and moments to Central Park, Theodore Roosevelt Park and its dog run, and the Diana Ross Playground. All the best dining, shopping, and entertainment options that the West Side has to offer are close by such as Zabar's, and the 77th/79th Street Farmers Market (which is directly across the street!). Extraordinarily close by are all the public transportation you could ever need, including the B, C, and 1 subway lines, and numerous buses including the 79th Street crosstown.
386 Columbus Avenue is an intimate full-service condominium building with 24 homes, each with its own private landing and laundry in-unit. Constructed in 1984 on one of the best spots on the West Side, the building is pet-friendly, has a 24-hour doorman, a full-time Superintendent, a recently renovated lobby, bike storage, and individual storage lockers in the basement for a separate fee.
|Neighborhood||Upper West Side|
|REAL ESTATE TAXES||$1,289/yr|