Tuesday, May 19, 2009

This pre-war New York apartment is on the market for $1,695,000.

I'm actually surprised that I haven't posted any real estate related items sooner. Real estate is a passion of mine--I'll even go so far as to say it's my one true passion.Built in 1925 and converted to a co-op in 1981, "the building is a fine full-service and pet-friendly pre-war with all the vintage hallmarks and aura of the 1920s. Amenities include a seasonal landscaped common roof terrace; free storage unit with each apartment; bicycle racks and a laundry room (washer/dryers are also permitted in the apartments); and a live-in super." Monthly maintenance fees are $2,470. More info about this 1827 square foot three-bedroom home located in the heart of Carnegie Hill can be found on Curbed. What do you think? Do you want me to schedule a showing for you?

10 comments:

Rachel said...

Ooh, I love this home. So lovely. My husband would love to live in a place with so much character and history!

Gina said...

That's a beautiful apartment! I'll have to get a showing when I move to NYC ;) I love those 1920's buildings. My little bungalow in Portland was built in 1925.

Waterstone Jewelry said...

It's gorgeous! And I love the way it's decorated.

down and out chic said...

wow that's a lot of money and a friggin gorgeous space.

PS~Erin said...

It is quite cool and I'd love to have a showing... Just a wee bit out of our price range though. Can't wait to see your next listing :)

Chessa! said...

sigh...ah...the ever-elusive NYC real estate market.

drollgirl said...

i hate the decor (sorry to be a turdy bird!), but i could work magic in that space. sadly i don't have that kind of cash!

Michelle Parks McCourt said...

what a well appointed home.

Georgia B. said...

is that all? i'll take it!

how fabulous. {sigh}

Kotori said...

Let me know when I can move in!