This treasure of an apartment has been brilliantly reimagined and interpreted to afford an elegant, serene lifestyle to purchasers of the most discerning taste. It has been totally renovated with the finest of workmanship and finishes throughout, including magnificent hardwood floors and two-zone central air. As one enters the gracious entry foyer, you are immediately met with a sense of expansive space and timeless elegance. Moving forward into the spacious dining area which can readily accommodate 8-10 dinner guests, you transition into the living room looking out into the trees of one of the Upper West Sides most desirable streets and beyond to the iconic faade of the renowned Museum of Natural History and its surrounding gardens. Adding to the charming, inviting atmosphere of the living room is a luxury HearthCabinet eco-friendly fireplace. The apartments sophisticated Crestron system is housed in handsome custom cabinetry and serves the entire apartment with the ability to manage your lights, window shades, and entertainment room-by-room throughout the apartment. Off of the dining area a hallway leads to the grand primary bedroom suite also with views of the famous tree-lined street. You first enter the beautifully appointed primary chamber with two windows and customized storage and then move forward into a full-sized dream dressing room with two additional windows, lined with magnificent white lacquered custom cabinetry which includes built-in closets and drawers, a private work station at one end of the far wall and a separate vanity at the other. A large freestanding island is positioned in the middle of the room and holds additional storage. Two spectacularly appointed windowed bathrooms complete this private dream suite. Directly across the hall from the primary chamber is a second bedroom, currently magnificently presented as a study with built-in desk and shelving. A large window overlooks a shared patio, which enhances the view with evergreens.
On the opposite side of the dining area is the completely re-designed windowed eat-in kitchen. The kitchen opens wide with lit glass-paned custom cabinets, rare quartzite countertops, and a large white porcelain sink along the left wall to the window. Directly across from the counter positioned near the window is the Wolf range. In the middle of the kitchen is a delightful breakfast nook with banquette seating (with hidden storage) and a table. A concealed washer/dryer and petite full bath are beyond. On the right side of the kitchen is the refrigerator, a pantry lined with cupboards and a full-sized wine refrigerator, leading to the service entrance of the apartment.
This apartment MUST be seen to be fully appreciated as it is very rare and one of a kind!!! Outside, at the end of the block is Central Park, and all around are this special neighborhoods wealth of fine restaurants, shopping, museums and public transportation. Have it ALL!!!
Designed in the Neo-Renaissance style and built as a cooperative in 1928, 40 West 77th Street is a prestigious landmarked full-service building on arguably one of the most beautiful, tree-lined Central Park blocks. There's a wonderful staff, a live-in building manager and a beautifully restored marble lobby with period details. Facilities include a bike room, shareholder storage (for rent) and a central laundry room. 75% financing is allowed, pets are permitted and the building is pied-a-terre friendly. Located on the Gold Coast of the Upper West Side, a half block from Central Park and the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library, this highly coveted building offers easy access to restaurants, shopping, museums, public transportation, and all the Upper West Side has to offer.
Building Features 17 Floors101 Units
In Contract: May 26, 2023
87 Days to enter contract
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $3,813
Exclusively listed with: Keller Williams NYC
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