Often regarded for its close proximity to the renowned Central Park, the Upper West Side remains one of the most sought after neighborhoods for New Yorkers to live in. Home to noted Manhattan cornerstones such as Columbia University and Lincoln Center, the Upper West Side is also one of many cultural hubs this city has to offer. Take a look at these three properties that represent the finest in Uptown living.
Located in the heart of the Upper West Side, this unique, corner 2-bedroom home offers open north and east exposures through oversized picture windows, offering unparalleled views of the local skyline. Professionally-designed and decorated, the large sunny living room with balcony connects to the windowed dining room. Two spacious bedrooms and two and one half baths complete this home. Additional amenities include a full-time concierge, central air conditioning, rooftop, year-round pool, gym, party room and roof deck, perfect for entertaining guests.
Featuring classic pre-war detail seamlessly combined with modern renovations, this three-bedroom home represents the quintessential Upper West Side condominium. Located in The Sabrina, this pre-war building offers a full-time doorman and is located between West End Avenue and Broadway in the heart of the Upper West Side, only moments away from the new 96th Street station. Beautifully-refinished hardwood floors and crown molding throughout, plus top-of-the-line appliances and materials make for a wonderful blend of old world charm with the modern comforts of the 21st century.
This gracious one-bedroom home is located along Central Park, the most iconic attraction in the Upper West Side, and perhaps all of New York City. The home’s open layout allows for maximum entertaining and living space, offering an option for an island kitchen and dining area. Throughout the apartment are beautiful wood floors, oversized windows and ample closets, including a walk-in closet in the bedroom. This intimate, turn-of-the-century, pre-war co-op was built in 1888, designed by architects Thomas and Wilson. The building has a live-in super, laundry room, bicycle room and a separate storage space for each apartment, with low maintenance and no underlying mortgage.