There are many things to love about this Upper West Side apartment, not the least of which is its $345,000 asking price—making it a rare find in New York City real estate. What’s more, it’s located in the Master Apartments building, a 28-story Art Deco wonder commissioned in the late 1920s by Russian philosopher Nicholaus Roerich and designed by architect Harvey Wiley Corbett.
Once home to a prolific artist, the loft-style apartment features a main living area that includes a spacious kitchen and measures approximately 531 square feet. A staircase with intricate wood beams connects the lower floor with two additional levels: a mid-level that houses the bathroom and an upper-level sleeping area. Combined, these top two levels add an additional 200 square feet of interior space.
At the highest point, the ceilings soar nearly 17 feet high, reaching up to the large, vaulted skylight that caps the upper-loft area and illuminates the entire abode. Scroll ahead to see more of the dwelling.
310 Riverside Drive, apartment #314, in New York, New York is currently listed for $345,000 by Sabrina Seidner of Corcoran.
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