30 West 61st Street, #17E

ListingID: 164132 | Type: Condominium
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Bedrooms: 1  |  Baths: 1
Ft2/Mt2: 666/62 (aprx)
Doorman | Elevator



Spacious 1 bedroom in a superior location, in the full-service Beaumont condominium on the Upper West Side! In just minutes you can be at Central Park, the new Hudson River Park, Lincoln Center, Time Warner, Columbus Circle, Whole Foods and so much more! What a great primary home, second home or pied-a-terre for the owner who truly wants to experience the best of Manhattan.

Inside your very bright and roomy home is just as appealing thanks to great open northern views of blue sky and beautiful architecture. The large living room is a perfect spot for entertaining, relaxing and watching the festivities, whether it be the Thanksgiving Day parade or the 4th of July fireworks.

The 31-story Beaumont is a highly sought-after 166-unit condominium built in 1982 with an attractive lobby, 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in super, laundry on every floor, a lovely courtyard for residents, and parking right next door. This vibrant area in which it sits may well be the most definitive neighborhood in NYC, if not the most desirable, because of its wide array of attractions, diverse mix of building types and architecture, great assortment of fine restaurants and major retail stores, and convenience to public transportation. No pets please.

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