Take a look inside this prewar Upper West Side apartment — a place that you can only dream of affording, or, for the right buyer, is a steal, as the price has been reduced.
Listed at $4.5 million by Klara Madlin Real Estate, the 12-room residence at 176 W. 87th St. was previously $4,995,000.
Described as “the perfect opportunity to own your ‘house’ in the city with all the perks of a full service building,” the duplex features 3,200 square feet of space with six bedrooms, plus maid’s room, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a windowed kitchen and separate laundry room.
There is also a 24.5-foot wide living room, with an adjacent dining room, elevator access on both levels and hardwood floors.
The co-op building is full service with a 24-hour doorman and live-in super, and is pet-friendly. It also features a roof deck, children’s playroom and bicycle storage.
Check out the gallery above to see the layout of this multi-million dollar duplex — and if that $4.5 million sounds like a good deal, the broker suggests creating your "dream home" out of the apartment with the help of an architect/contractor.
An open house is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3, from 12 to 2 p.m.