If you've always dreamed of snagging a family-sized apartment on the Upper West Side, or just a large apartment where you can spread out and have room to breathe and thrive, we suggest you consider (assuming your budget allows), this handsome $8,000 classic-six in a classic prewar doorman building, on West End Avenue between 91st and 92nd Streets.
In addition to two large bedrooms, a maid's room that's off the kitchen and dining room currently being used as an office, and three bathrooms (one of which is a master suite off the master bedroom), the apartment has a generously sized eat-in kitchen (with somewhat dated cabinets but stainless appliances), a living room, and a dining room. It's a truly large apartment in a city that can be tough for space-starved renters, and it's pet-friendly too!. And since this is a prewar apartment, you can expect high ceilings—11 feet in this case—and an entry foyer (shown in the main photo above, which allows lots of room for bookshelves and extra storage).
The apartment also has two walk-in closets. The condo building is located on West End Avenue, a quiet, residential street with no buses. It's walking distance from Riverside Park and Symphony Space. And the building itself has a full-time doorman, a gym and a children's playroom.