This luxury condo shares some DNA with Park Avenue prewar co-ops and has 11-foot-high ceilings and a myriad of closets, including three of the walk-in variety.
The roomy true two-bedroom apartment is in seemingly excellent condition, with period details intact, such as parquet floors and decorative plaster arches.
The apartment is spacious and renovated, with some original details such as the staircase and five mantels.
This substantial and relatively affordable two-bedroom co-op has some attractive features, including arched doorways, built-in shelves, and light on three sides.
Originally a one-bedroom rehabbed into two, this apartment has been recently gut renovated with light wood finishes and a new kitchen and bathroom.
This top-floor walkup in a 1925 building is bigger than the typical Sunset Park apartment and has a bank of windows overlooking the park.
The World War II-era one-bedroom has updates and original details such as arched doorways, hardwood floors and built-in shelves.
The apartment has 2.5 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a recently renovated kitchen, and light on three sides.
The two-bedroom has an updated kitchen and prewar details such as built-in bookcases, wood floors, French doors with a transom, and picture rails.
This co-op originated as a $24 to $27 a month apartment on the third floor of an 1898 Beaux-Arts-style brick walkup building.