This rarely available home is move-in ready. It is designed and exquisitely updated for today's living while maintaining its pre-war charm. Details such as beamed ceilings, elegant moldings, hardwood floors and customized cabinetry prevail throughout. Upon entering you are greeted by a sun-filled Living Room with southern light streaming in all day long and open city views. The living room is a gracious proportion and flows into the open kitchen and dining area that has been perfectly designed for both entertaining and daily living. There are custom built cabinets providing an abundance of storage in the kitchen and dining area. The windowed kitchen complete with top-of-the-line appliances including a six-burner Wolf stovetop, Miele dishwasher and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. Next to and open to the Living room is a south facing den with French doors which can serve as a second bedroom or a study complete with generous closets. A finishing touch to the entertaining space is an elegant hallway powder room. The bright master is flooded with light and amazing unobstructed views to the south. This generous master bedroom offers a wall of two large custom closets with no detail spared. A mint condition white marble windowed bathroom with shower and bath is both en-suite to the master bedroom and privately accessed by the den/second bedroom. Please note, there is through-the wall air conditioning surrounded by beautiful customized cabinetry and accented by modern lighting. Washer/Dryer is permitted with Board Approval.
This home is located at 164 West 79th Street, which is a beautiful pre-war co-operative built in the neo-Renaissance style by George Pelham in 1924. The coveted building has a full-time, live-in superintendent, a doorman serving each day from noon to midnight, a children's playroom, a beautiful planted roof deck with stunning city views, a common laundry room, bike storage and private storage bins (when available). Pets are welcomed with a Board approval.
Superbly located between two major subway lines, a half block from the American Museum of Natural History, a short distance to both Central Park and Riverside Park, with Zabar's, Citarella and Fairway just a few blocks away. This is really in the heart of the Upper West Side.
Sold: Jan 24, 2020
-8.26% from ask / 97 Days to Sell
2 Beds / 1.5 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $2,033
Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens
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