307 West 82nd Street #2B

Discover that quintessential Upper West Side brownstone experience, right out of a classic film about life in the big city, without learning to act or spending millions on your NextHome.

This approximately 628 SF refreshed one bedroom prewar cooperative unit, with northern exposure on a picturesque tree-lined street, boasts another roughly 48 SF of covered private balcony space overlooking a tranquil greenspace between buildings. This pre-war gem delivers all the classic touches: cavernous 10′ high ceilings, expansive sunken living room, working wood-burning solid brick fireplace, refinished hardwood plank flooring, generous elevated north-exposed bedroom, through-wall air conditioning, bonus oversized under-stair storage, and more. Dishwashers and that “Holy Grail” of Manhattan residential life — the in-unit washer and dryer — are allowed.

Easily accessible from the Henry Hudson Parkway, minutes from the Broadway Local 1 subway station, and down the block from the River Run Playground at Riverside Park, 307 West 82nd Street is a classic elevated Ironspot Roman brick brownstone (twinned with 309 West 82nd Street in the same cooperative and structure) built in the Romanesque Revival style in 1888. Located in the Riverside-West End Historic District on the Upper West Side, this landmarked edifice is so characteristic of the neighborhood that an artist rendering was published on the cover of the May 14, 1984 issue of The New Yorker. Framed and mounted for your perusal, you will find it on the exposed brick wall just beyond the entry vestibule.

Pets rejoice: one dog or cat is welcome to join you in residence.