Halstead’s Brian Lewis had an abracadabra moment selling an Upper West Side co-op.
He listed the Classic Seven at the landmarked Schwartz and Gross-designed boutique building known as the Kelmscottat at 316 West 79th Street at $2.35 million.
And he sold it within two weeks for $2.4 million.
Brian told us, “A pre-war residence with grand rooms and elegant details is a rare treasure.
“Pair that with a stupendous location by Riverside Park, and a compelling price courtesy of a smart seller — and add in a sweet, newlywed couple aspiring to buy and stretch out in a quintessential Upper West Side sprawling home — and magic happens.
“The result: A very happy closing table for all.ˮ
Unit 4E will give its new owners a treetop glimpse of Riverside Park from what was once the home’s library and salon, rooms that were combined to create a double-width living room.
There are three bedrooms, a dining room, windowed kitchen and pantry.
Robbie Millstein of The Millstein Group brought in the buyer.