PRINCELY PRE-WAR BY THE PARK
Beauty + Fate = Lucky You
When opportunity meets preparedness, it's called luck. When style meets function, it's called beauty. When you meet this stupendous 6-Room home, it's called fate.
Painstakingly and lovingly restored by renowned designer, Emilie Price, and supremely situated in an elegant 1905 building on one of the Upper Westside's prime Riverside Park blocks, this happy home's value is in its rare quality. (The custom wall treatments and painting were done by the Obama White House painter, Marash Elazaji.)
Antique doors with original transoms, custom hardware, upgraded electrical system and designer-crafted built-ins mingle handsomely with Pre World War One grace and scale, creating an unparalleled elegance - a remarkable residence full of comfort and style.
The public spaces in this home are impressive - the Living Room and Dining Room, with their coved ceilings, knee-high baseboard moldings, and original Oak bordered floors, are well-suited for entertaining. True to their era, these handsome rooms, with 9-foot ceilings, are separated by original pocket doors and offer four large windows with treetop views.
Off of the Dining Room, and through the original service door (with original, antique plated glass), is the inviting, Eat-In windowed Kitchen. The Kitchen is a practical mix of classic lines and contemporary convenience. Its big South-facing windows are the backdrop for a custom banquette, marble and limestone floors, granite counters, custom cabinetry, Pantry with built-in bar and Miele Washer/Dryer, and other premium appliances by Gagenau.
The resplendent residential wing of this home offers tranquil, vibrant Bedrooms, and classic Baths.
Here is the Upper Westside 6-Room home for which you've been waiting. Beauty and fate - lucky you.
(Buyer pays 2% flip tax.)