This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from April 16, 2016
Originally designed in 1902 by artists who desired high spaces with beautiful light, this exceptional corner one-bedroom apartment boasts 11-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings and arched windows with northern and western exposures. The new open kitchen was tastefully renovated with a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher and a separate wine refrigerator. Prewar charm laces throughout this delightful apartment with features including wood paneled walls, hardwood floors, built-in wooden shelves and window seat. Recognized by the New York Times as 'one of the most important apartment houses in the history of New York City,' the co-op at 27 West 67th Street was the first of the artist cooperative buildings on this landmarked block in the Artists' Colony Historic District. A few blocks from Lincoln Center and just around the corner from Central Park, this apartment is located in an ideal neighborhood which offers excellent dining, shopping and entertainment options and accessible transportation. This historic building also features a beautiful planted rooftop garden overlooking Central Park and with views of the whole city.