Closed Sales Exclusive: 40 West 77th Street, #7B



A once-in-a-generation opportunity to live on the Upper West Side’s most magical block, Apartment 7B at 40 West 77th Street is available for the first time in over 50 years.

Bring your architect along to view a truly grand home replete with classic New York charm and a very versatile layout, the apartment offers an array of options for you to design a custom-built modern home in one of Manhattan’s most sought-after locations. The expansive entry gallery gracefully flows into each of the entertaining rooms— including the magnificent living room, an oversized space with high beamed ceilings and a spectacular view of the Museum of Natural History. Currently configured as a Classic 7 with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a separate kitchen and a butler’s pantry, this expansive home is a beautiful blank canvas awaiting your personal touch. With original moldings and other period details adding to the historic ambiance, this is an extremely rare opportunity for a new owner to transform this elegant space into an extraordinarily glamorous apartment once again. Your vision and some tender loving care can restore this gracious home into a timeless masterpiece.

This prestiguos cooperative features a grand lobby with marble molding, a 24-hour doorman, live-in super and an elevator. The 17-story co-op contains no more than four exclusive residences on each floor with just two located on the landings in this unit’s east wing. Residents can virtually call Central Park their backyard—the lake is just beyond the 77th Street entrance down the block—while the nearby vibrant shops and restaurants on Columbus Avenue and Broadway provide everything one can need. Enjoy any number of local cafes and culture destinations, shop at Zabar’s, Fairway, or take the nearby B/C or 1/2/3 trains for quick access to the rest of the city.

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