23 West 83rd Street is an intimate 20' wide landmarked Queen Anne style townhouse located on a coveted tree-line block. A short stroll to Central Park, no stone has been left unturned with this exquisite gut renovated one bedroom/one bathroom home. This turnkey apartment has high end condominium finishes throughout, drop off your suitcases and enjoy this wonderful neighborhood.Just two short flights up, upon entering this pin drop quiet home, you are greeted by an imposing custom Tigerwood foyer encompassing thoughtful storage options. Soaring 10 ceilings and Mirage hardwood floors flow throughout, this home is prewired for AV 5.1 surround sound (three zones in the living room, bathroom, and bedroom) and internet, and features ductless split heat and cooling systems (two zones). Custom woodwork is showcased throughout, every square foot was meticulously planned out and accounted for.The expansive living room, featuring a wood burning fireplace and a 50 bottle built-in wine fridge, is the perfect place to relax or entertain. With new Pella windows throughout, the home basks in natural light and serenity. The bedroom has room enough for a queen size bed and additional pieces of furniture. It also features a restored exposed brick wall and custom closets. The generously proportioned private terrace is an oasis, providing respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.The kitchen features top of the line appliances (including a dishwasher and microwave), granite countertops, and custom cabinetry. Savvy design elements punctuate the home, including a breakfast bar that exhibits a functional use of the space. The polished marble bathroom features a steam shower, heated floors and heated towel rack.23 West 83rd Street is a seven unit self-managed cooperative, offering low monthly maintenance and laundry in the basement. This pet friendly building is two blocks from the B, C trains, and close to the 1 train and other major transport options. Located right in the heart of the Upper West Side, a short stroll from the Natural History Museum and Central Park, this home is proximate to a bevy of neighborhood cafes, bars, and restaurants.