23 West 69th Street is a 20'-wide, 5-unit, elevatored, approx. 6,500 square foot Renaissance Revival style brownstone designed by the architect Gilbert A. Schellenger in 1892. This classic townhouse has approved plans for a grand seven-story single-family home with rear wall of glass, 6 bedrooms, garden roof deck, and finished basement. In its current configuration of five units, all duplexes and triplexes, the property also provides a worthy investment or live-plus-income opportunity. Key features include outdoor space for three of the existing apartments, five decorative fireplaces, and a commercial-grade elevator. The property backs up on low-rise, landmarked townhouses, allowing abundant natural light to flow through the property.Located steps from Central Park, Lincoln Center, public transportation and some of the best restaurants and retail the City has to offer, 23 West 69th Street offers a truly unique opportunity to experience the best of Upper West Side living.

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Listed by Richard Pretsfelder and Sophie Smadbeck of Leslie J Garfield & Co Inc

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