Howard House

246 West End Avenue, 12-F

Lincoln Square   |   West 71st Street & West 72nd Street

Price Drop
Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 715,000 [ 4.54% | $ 34,000 ]
Rooms 4
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 1,356
Financing Allowed 75%
Listing ID: 135680

Property Description

Upon entering the elegant lobby of 246 West End Avenue, conveniently located at 71st Street, one is reminded of the many positives that make pre-war living so desirable. This gracious and sunny 1 bedroom apartment, with 9'11" ceilings, has the perfect layout with the living room and bedroom separated by a proper entry foyer and a bedroom hallway. A windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar that seats three, opens onto the very bright yet quiet living room which has 2 north-facing windows and a decorative fireplace. The large sunny east-facing bedroom, with a 4’+ wide oversized window and walk-in closet, has ample room for a sitting area. Just outside the bedroom, off the hallway is the windowed bath and a deep closet. Hardwood floors, decorative moldings, and an abundance of closet space further enhance this lovely home. 246 West End Avenue, The Howard House, was built in 1913 and was designed by renowned architect, J.E.R. Carpenter. Residents enjoy a full time staff including live-in super, 24 doorman and daytime porter, new fitness room, laundry room, bike room, and private storage bins. The building is conveniently located near Riverside Park, the 1,2,3 station, Trader Joe’s, and some of the best restaurants and shopping the Upper West Side has to offer.
Upon entering the elegant lobby of 246 West End Avenue, conveniently located at 71st Street, one is reminded of the many positives that make pre-war living so desirable. This gracious and sunny 1 bedroom apartment, with 9'11" ceilings, has the perfect layout with the living room and bedroom separated by a proper entry foyer and a bedroom hallway. A windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar that seats three, opens onto the very bright yet quiet living room which has 2 north-facing windows and a decorative fireplace. The large sunny east-facing bedroom, with a 4’+ wide oversized window and walk-in closet, has ample room for a sitting area. Just outside the bedroom, off the hallway is the windowed bath and a deep closet. Hardwood floors, decorative moldings, and an abundance of closet space further enhance this lovely home. 246 West End Avenue, The Howard House, was built in 1913 and was designed by renowned architect, J.E.R. Carpenter. Residents enjoy a full time staff including live-in super, 24 doorman and daytime porter, new fitness room, laundry room, bike room, and private storage bins. The building is conveniently located near Riverside Park, the 1,2,3 station, Trader Joe’s, and some of the best restaurants and shopping the Upper West Side has to offer.

Listing Courtesy of Stribling & Associates, Ltd.

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Apartment Features

A/C [Window Units]
246 West End Avenue Lincoln Square New York NY 10023

Building Details [246 West End Avenue]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1163/1
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1913
Floors/Apts 13/93

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Fitness Facility
Laundry Rooms
Private Storage

Building Statistics

$ 1,160 APPSF

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Loan Amount

Klara Madlin

License

Licensed Real Estate Broker


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