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29 W 64th St #6F |Upper West Side
Studio | 1 Bathroom
Time on market: 87 days
Taxes/Maintenance: $1,059
Property type: Coop
Courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Perched on the top floor of a quaint and elegant prewar co-op, #6F at 29 West 64th Street is a beautifully renovated, airy, spacious and quiet studio with a warm, peaceful flow. The only unit in the line to partially clear the building to its north (the benefits of living on the uppermost level. . . ), light and the skyline are your constant friends. Replete with original details, this special home seamlessly blends classic with contemporary. As you enter via the expansive foyer, you'll immediately notice the dark-chocolate wood floors, original yet refinished and stained; with a deep coat closet, space for furniture and an arched niche with shelving, the entryway is both functional and welcoming. To the left, a towering archway, framed by original wrought-iron railings, flank two curved steps that lead down to the sunken living area; spacious and practical, it easily allows for a large sitting area, separate sleeping section and even, should you wish, a small table. High ceilings elevate the tranquil, spacious vibe. Completely and impeccably redone, your windowed, pass-thru kitchen boasts an array of goodies: brand-new white lacquer cabinetry, white marble stone countertops and stainless steel appliances, including Samsung range and microwave, LG refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher. The aforementioned pass-thru adds light and ease of entertaining. And the windowed bathroom is tucked behind a large dressing area (complete with closet), complete with beautiful black-and-white tiles, a soaking tub and a porcelain pedestal sink. Perfectly, and centrally, located on a tree-lined block between Central Park West and Broadway, The Tristan is an impeccably maintained, boutique Art Deco cooperative (six floors, 42 units) and offers an elevator, live-in super, bike room, common laundry room and storage (with a waitlist). Live quietly a stone's throw away from Manhattan's bustling Lincoln Square, where public transportation abounds and there's no shortage of great restaurants, cultural institutions and endless shopping options. Pets and pied-a-terre's are welcome on a case-by-case basis; parents buying for their children and gifting are permitted more

Bike Storage
Pets Allowed
Pied-A-Terre Allowed
Laundry in Building
Outdoor Areas
Roof Deck
Washer/Dryer Allowed
Pre-War Building
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Sale Price
Down Payment
Mortgage Payment:
Common Charges & Taxes: $1,059

Total Monthly Payment:
Mortgage Amount $396,000
30 Year Fixed