109 West 77th Street is a classic Renaissance Revival and Romanesque Revival style townhouse designed by the architect Henry L. Harris in 1891. The property consists of four free-market units, including a renovated owner's duplex and three renovated floor-through units above, each with a washer/dryer. The property offers the opportunity to convert to a luxurious single-family home, live-with-income, or makes a lucrative investment.
The owner's unit features four bedrooms, soaring ceilings, a serene private garden, charming original details, a newly renovated kitchen, and access to the basement, which is currently storage but could be finished for an additional floor of living space.
On the third floor, you'll find a floor-through unit with three bedrooms, a renovated kitchen, and a spacious living room. The fourth floor features two bedrooms, a terrace overlooking the garden, and an upgraded kitchen. And finally, the fifth-floor apartment offers two bedrooms and unobstructed views of the city due to the low-rise building across the street. In addition, each apartment features an abundance of natural light from its southern exposure and impressive ceiling heights.
This property is located in close proximity to Central and Riverside Parks, public transportation, the Museum of Natural History, premier dining, schools, and retail.