This stunning classic six apartment features turn-of-the-century character and breathtaking park and Hudson River views, ideally located with Riverside Park at your doorstep. Being sold with an adjacent studio, this rarely available pre-war beauty offers a variety of configurations for the ideal work from home setup, a spacious third bedroom, or keep it as a separate suite/apartment. An elegant entry foyer leads to a formal dining room and living room where you can enjoy beautiful sunsets, sailboats on the river and extraordinary views. Herringbone floors and gracious prewar wall moldings exude charm in the well appointed living and dining spaces. The spacious kitchen features an authentic double-basin sink; bring your designer to create your dream kitchen.
Separate from the living spaces, the main bedroom also boasts open river views, an en-suite bathroom and three large closets. There is also a well proportioned second bedroom and a full bathroom off the hallway. Adjacent to the living space is a separate studio apartment complete with its own kitchenette; leave as the perfect guest suite or bring your architect to integrate it with the rest of the apartment.
Built in 1929 and designed by famous West Side architect Gaetan Ajello, 395 Riverside Drive is a pet-friendly cooperative with a full-time doorman. There is laundry in the building and a brand new gym. Located in the beautiful Morningside Heights Historic District, this building is conveniently near Columbia and Barnard. Explore Riverside Park's 330 acres with easy access to running and bike trails, playgrounds, tennis courts, soccer fields and much more. Nearby are a host of sidewalk cafes and the year-round Columbia Greenmarket on Thursdays and Sundays.