Sold to only its second owner in the Spring of 1970, the piano has resided
in the same home in Eugene, OR since that time. Well maintained and
cherished by its previous owner, arthritis finally won the battle and she can
no longer play.
The Model M has always been the primary choice for a "home" Steinway. Its
physical size is not imposing and generally allows for multiple choices as far
as room placement. In addition, its sound projection is optimal for most
living rooms - filling yet not sonically overwhelming to where you find you
need to lower the lid to be acceptable to those listening nearby.
Our technician has gone through this piano and tuned and regulated it. IN
addition, the harp, case and sound were thoroughly cleaned. (Note: serial
number photos taken prior to cleaning). Aside from one hammer shank
(replaced with Steinway parts), all other parts are original and in good
The piano has its original ivory keys which are in excellent condition for the
age of the piano.
The piano also includes its original bench which has been covered in
Overall this piano is in great condition for its age. If being purchased by a
concert artist, a total rebuild of the action might be in order, but for the
average player it is a joy to play with the action being quick and light. Our
goal was to keep the price in a range that made owning a Steinway & Sons
as affordable as possible, bearing in mind that rebuilding the action would
run about $3500 (wholesale) and would bring the selling price to over
This is a great opportunity to own a Steinway built during a great time
period and also a great investment.
|Steinway & Sons Model M • 5' 7" Grand
|Steinway & Sons
5' 7" Grand