It is not even an estate sale, but the Upper West Side co-op in the high 70s on West End Avenue apparently hasn’t been improved in the half century since the owners purchased the place.
Defining “vintage,” the apartment is typical of one that has aged in tandem with the owners.
The situation is understandable and not all that unusual, except for the number of years that have passed. More often than not, it seems, owners grow comfortable in their homes and fail to notice the need for updating.
I suppose the feeling is not unlike the pleasures of an old pair of slippers, a well-worn cardigan or a hardcover book that has been losing the test of time.
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