251 W 73rd St, 1 Bed, 1 Bath

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Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10023
Spacious 1BR in Prime W 70s Brownstone with balcony This historic pre-war building is in a prime Upper West side residential location. There is a separate kitchen, hardwood floors, and a sliding door balcony. The A/C unit is built right into the living room wall. This unit has plenty of natural light with a good amount of space in both the living area and bedroom. The location doesn't get better. It's walking distance to both Central and Riverside Parks. The block is very peaceful and quiet while still being steps away from all public transportation. Call Alan 917-202-7777 - Built in A/C - Separate kitchen and bathroom. - Large bedroom with good closet space - Sliding door balcony. - Steps to Transportation -Walking distance to Parks, Trader Joe's and Fairway Call Alan 917-202-7777 (RLNE1395123)

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