106 West 76th Street is a classic Renaissance Revival style brownstone in the heart of the Upper West Side designed by the architect Laurence Kelly in 1889. The property contains 10 recently renovated, free market units spread across approximately 7,100 square feet and a large south-facing garden backing up on low townhouses allowing sunlight to flood through the building. The property is conveniently situated on a tree-lined block steps from the Museum of Natural History, Central Park, top schools, dining and retail, and public transportation.
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