311 W 76th St 4, Upper West Side, New York, NY 10023

Co-op Properties


Ann Cutbill Lenane
Ann Cutbill Lenane
  • Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Property Description

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Low Maintenance.

Bright 2 Bedroom with 1.5 Bath (2 bath if you remove the W/D) in a quintessential Upper West Side Brownstone. This apartment is brimming with Old-World Charm and Modern Upgrades. The Spacious Living Room with Separate Dining Area features 3 large South-facing Bay Windows which overlooks a Beautiful Tree-Lined Street. The Open Kitchen with Top of the Line Appliances. The Master Bedroom has an En-Suite Bathroom as well as an Adjacent Sitting Area/Office Space which faces North onto the Lovely and Quiet Brownstone Gardens. 10.5 foot ceilings, a Large Original Wood-Burning Fireplace, Wood Moldings throughout and an Exposed Brick Wall adds to the Classic Prewar Charm. There is a Bosch Washer/Dryer in the unit with additional laundry in the basement. There is a Storage area that comes with the apartment with No Extra Fees. This apartment is 2 shorts flight up in a Classic Turn of the Century Brownstone (no elevator - walk-up).

311 West 76th Street is located on one of the most Beautiful Blocks on the UWS between West End and Riverside Drive and just ? block to Riverside Park and 5 blocks from Central Park. Just a few blocks away are all the incredible UWS offerings, Fairway, Citarella, Trader Joe's, Zabar's, Museum of Natural History, movie theaters, restaurants and so much more. Also located near the local 1 and express 2/3 subway stop.

Building has NO underlying mortgage, a lot of upgrades have been done the building and apartment in the past few years.

Owner associate broker

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  • Interior
    1,100 Sq Ft.
  • Property Type
    Co-op Properties
  • Year Built
  • MLS/Listing ID


  • Dishwasher
  • Pre-War
  • Southern Exposure
  • Northern Exposure
  • Washer Dryer Included
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  • City View
  • Fireplace
  • Pets Allowed
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman