A 6-story pre-war brick townhouse in Manhattan's midtown West, 125 West 56th Street is home to 11 beautiful cooperative apartments. This renovated building was designed with privacy in mind, as it has only two apartments per floor.
Each unit has a spacious living room which is constructed with pre-war details such as high ceilings and hardwood floors. The windowed eat-in kitchen has a big breakfast bar. The wide countertop was also designed for convenience. Located at the rear area of the apartments, the bedrooms are very spacious, have custom-made California-style closets. The bathrooms have floor to ceiling intricate tile work paired with fixtures like a glass sink that is mounted over a vanity cabinet. Other amenities of the units include a stackable washer and dryer and large closet spaces.
The building’s lobby is staffed by a doorman and a concierge. There is also a common laundry room for further convenience to the occupants.
The townhouse is located in a neighborhood where Central Park and a few schools are nearby. In addition, a very wide array of commercial establishments for recreation, shopping, and dining are easily accessible. A variety of public transportation such as subways, buses, and taxis are within easy reach of the townhouse.