104 W 76th St, 2 Beds, 1.5 Baths

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Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10023
This warm and spacious two bedroom feels much bigger than a two bedroom should! Great for entertaining or just living your life. A few blocks from the 1/2/3 at 72nd, this terrific apartment lies on a quiet street with quick access to restaurants, shops, and the Beacon Theater! Call Daniel TODAY! (856) 308-8846 FEATURES: - Exposed Brick Living Room - Grand Fireplace - Lots of Windows, Lots of Light - Sunken living room and high ceilings. - Rooftop patio with a great view - Two large bedrooms with ample closet space - Second bedroom has a half-bath as well as a separate entry door - Granite countertops and new kitchen appliances. - Loft Storage - Hardwood floors - Spiral Staircase leading up to the second bedroom and roof - Beautiful building in a quiet neighborhood. Call Daniel TODAY! (856) 308-8846 I have many other options to show you. New listings

Apartment Amenities

  • 12 Months
  • Cats Allowed
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Small Dogs Allowed
  • Smoke Free

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