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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br||1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba||1||700 SF|
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About 322 W 89th St New York, NY 10024
This charming 1 bed, 1 bath apartment is located in the heart of the Upper West Side! Situated on one of the best blocks in the city, West 89th Street between West End Avenue & Riverside Drive is the perfect place to call home. The apartment is located just 2 flights up in a historic, well-maintained brownstone. The unit features an over-sized expansive living area, queen sized bedroom, and charming decorative fireplace. The crowning jewel of this unit is the private terrace located directly off of the bedroom. Apartment features of note: - Soaring ceiling height - Flooded with natural light - Washer & dryer in unit - Dishwasher - Original hardwood floors - Decorative fireplace - Private decked terrace Just a short walk to the 1 train, M86 cross-town bus, and Riverside Drive. Riverside Park a stone's throw away. With restaurants, cafes, and culture right outside your door - this location offers it all. Pets allowed. Quick and easy approval process. Please note - Owner is offering 1 free month of rent and $2727 is the NET effective price. Gross rent is $2975. Available for an immediate move-in. Call or text for an appointment This one will not last!
Amenities & Expenses
- Smoke Free
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
- •Smoke Free
Reviews at 322 W 89th St New York, NY 10024
Neighborhood - Upper West Side
Upper West Side
New York City’s Upper West Side is at once one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan, and one of the least pretentious. Certainly, landmarks like the Metropolitan Opera, the Lincoln Center, and the American Museum of Natural History lend a distinctly highbrow air to the landscape, and yes, rental rates are quite steep, but the overall community environment favors down-to-earth personalities and accessible neighborhood amenities.
The local dining scene is excellent, featuring a host of restaurants representing every style imaginable, most of which are affordable enough to become regular stops. Grocers and retail stores are close by, and everywhere in the neighborhood is within walking distance of Central Park— those lucky few living near the eastern edge can enjoy gorgeous views of the sun rising over the park every morning.
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