Charming prewar details and Lincoln Square's outstanding quality of life are yours in this spacious and bright one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op home.Tall ceilings, graceful archways and stately moldings nod to the home's 1940s origins while new wide-plank birch engineered hardwood floors and fresh paint set the stage for contemporary living. The approximately 750-square-foot layout begins with a welcoming foyer that could easily double as a gracious dining area alongside lovely built-in shelving. Step down to the sprawling living room to enjoy beautiful eastern light, treetop views and a generous footprint for seating and home office areas. In the windowed kitchen, you'll find abundant cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Wake up to morning sunshine in the king-size bedroom, featuring high-grade luxury wallcoverings, two extra-large closets and easy access to the windowed bath just across the hall. A linen closet and coat closet ensure storage will never be a concern in this wonderful Upper West Side home.Built in 1942, 300 West 72nd Street is a handsome buff brick and stone building in the Moderne style situated within the West End-Collegiate Historic District. Today's residents of the well-run, pet-friendly elevator building enjoy live-in superintendent, modern laundry, storage and a bike room. Pieds--terre, co-purchasers, guarantors and parents buying for children permitted with approval.From this ideal Lincoln Center location, at the corner of 72nd and West End Avenue, sprawling Riverside Park is less than 300 feet from your front door and Central Park is 10 minutes east. The nearby blocks feature outstanding shopping, dining and nightlife, and transportation is effortless with 1/2/3 at charming Verdi Square on the next corner, plus excellent bus service and B and C trains within easy reach.