Overlooking the Museum of Natural History and park from a high floor, this rarely available F line at 40 West 77th Street is offered publicly for the first time.
In estate condition, this prewar home is a Classic 5 with huge master and Living room facing the Museum and its lush gardens (see LR view picture). The high elevation allows unencumbered views across the CPW landscape including Central Park and The Beresford.
The home is currently configured as a 2 Bedroom, 2 bath, but there is precedence for converting the large dining room area into a 3rd bedroom while still maintaining a gracious space large enough for dining and entertaining.
Adjacent to the large entry foyer and formal dining room is the large widowed kitchen, smaller servants' quarters, washer/dryer and butler pantry.
40 West 77th Street is a highly desirable prewar address on one of the Upper West Side's most coveted blocks. Ideally located across from the Museum of Natural History and half a block from the New York Historical Society and Central Park, The Famed Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade balloons start their journey downtown from 77th every year and this home offers the perfect views to witness this timeless New York Tradition.
The co-op's amenities include a 24-hour doorman, porter, live-in super, laundry, storage (subject to availability) and a bike room in the basement.
The building welcomes pets and is pied-a-terre friendly, and allows purchases for family under a case by case basis.