392 Central Park W, 3 Beds, 2 Baths

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Geographic Area Upper West Side, 10025
A sunrise over Central Park... See the East River and beyond, a “WOW”! Nothing compares to arriving home with this view, of wide open spaces and the feel of instant calm. These expansive, sun drenched Eastern and Southern exposures are coupled with approximately 1230 square feet of newly renovated living space, in addition there is a terrace where you can sit, relax and enjoy the sights. The apartment consists of an Open Chef's Kitchen with top of the line appliances, a double sink, and island, wine storage, a pantry and hardwood floors throughout, with abundant and spacious closets. The master bedroom has an en suite with a marble shower. The large second bedroom had been divided into two rooms each with a window and can be reconfigured again, if that suits your needs. This is a full service beautifully run building, landscaped with cherry trees, a garden, children's playground, health

Apartment Amenities

  • 12 Months
  • Cats Allowed
  • No Dogs Allowed

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