Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper West Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Offering open views of Central Park, the Museum of Natural History and the Manhattan skyline, this rarely-available high-floor combination of two apartments at the Beresford, one of the Citys most prestigious white-glove cooperatives on Central Park West. This approximately 3,900sf, four bedroom, 3.5 bath home features grand proportions, classic moldings, original herringbone floors, casement windows and wonderful prewar details throughout. A gracious entry foyer leads to a light-flooded living room overlooking Central Park and the Museum with wood burning fireplace and charming window seats. Adjacent is a large library/office with plenty of built-in storage.
The massive primary bedroom suite looks directly out onto the Park and has two large walk-in closets, en suite bath plus a large sitting room that could easily be converted into a fourth bedroom with its own en-suite bath. Two more bedrooms, a full bath, powder room and laundry room complete this wing of the apartment.
Back across the foyer is an elegantly-proportioned formal dining room, kitchen and staff room with en-suite bath.
The Beresford is one of the most well-known cooperatives on Central Park West. This elegant building, designed by Emery Roth, has stood out on the Central Park West skyline since 1929 and is located within the Central Park West Historic area. The building features the finest white-glove service including full-time doormen, elevator operators and a resident manager. There is also a state-of-the-art fitness club, storage bins upon availability, bicycle storage and central laundry. There is a 2% flip tax payable by purchaser at closing. Pets allowed.