467 Central Park West, Apt 4-F

467 Central Park West, Apartment 4F is a swank, one-bedroom condo on one of the most sought after avenues in New York. This chic home is the essence of Upper West Side living. The Warner, was designed by Gronenberg & Leachtag in 1928 and converted to condominium in 1993. Upon entering this fabulous space you're greeted by a long gallery welcoming art work and a stylish console. Spilling out into the living and dining area, this space is ideal for cocktails and even dinner for eight! A chef's kitchen that includes Varenna Poliform cabinetry, steel counter tops and backsplash, large refrigerator and freezer alongside a generous pantry all designed with a rich wood veneer allowing them to become furniture and not just appliances. Classic gas stove, double dishwasher by Fisher-Paykel, stylish porcelain tiles and a Franke water filtration system that feeds into the kitchen faucet. A home office nestled behind the living area is both functional and inconspicuous. When you walk into the master bedroom you know you're home. Large enough for a king size bed, quiet, and serene with a perfect corner for a reading chair by the window looking out at the trees. Four door, mirror inlay closets with shelving and hanging system are move-in ready. This is economic living at its best. A multi-functional space that feels spacious and airy. Step out your front door and into the quietest section of Central Park to enjoy the North Woods, off leash hours for dogs before 9am, running track, easy access to the pond, close proximity to Columbia and/or quick bike ride through the park to Midtown. Subway access to the C,B,2/3 and the 1 trains. The renaissance of Harlem is also right outside your door. Restaurants in Morningside Park. Farmers market every Saturday on 110th Street. Whole Foods, and other fine foodie delights to choose from. 24 hour Live-in Super. 467 Central Park West is a dream location and impeccable choice for anyone wanting the full New Yorker experience.
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