Located in one of the Upper West Sides premier prewar art deco co-operatives is a sun-drenched triple mint four bedroom, two and a half bathroom residence. A combination of two apartments, this beautifully renovated home has the perfect layout for everyday living and gracious entertaining. The 238 long living and dining room faces south and has two windows overlooking the tree-lined street. There is a seamlessly separated dining area that can accommodate a table for six. Adjacent is the oversized windowed eat-in kitchen that is open concept providing ease of flow. The kitchen is a chefs dream, spaciously designed and features quartz counter tops, top-of-the-line appliances and ample storage. There is a peninsula with seating, a pantry area and separate utility closet. Completing the public space is a windowed powder room and coat closet.
Through a pocket door and down a bedroom hallway is the extraordinary master bedroom suite. It faces south with two windows and has two large closets and a vanity area. The windowed en-suite master bathroom is renovated and has a large walk-in shower. There are two additional oversized bedrooms, a windowed hallway renovated full bathroom with a bathtub and three hallway closets. A home office or additional bedroom is situated right off of the living and dining room. It faces south and features a chalkboard wall. Throughout the home there are hardwood floors and charming prewar architectural details. The owners installed eight CitiQuiet soundproof windows on the south-facing side of the apartment. There is a monthly assessment of $385.25 until December 2020 for capital improvements in the building.
Built in 1925, 123 West 93rd Street features a part-time doorman from 7:00am to 1:00am, live-in super, fitness center, playroom, central laundry room, storage room and bicycle room. The building is located just one block from the beautiful 800 acre Central Park and there is an impressive concentration of elegant boutiques, five-star restaurants and schools in the neighborhood as well as Trader Joes across the street and Whole Foods market just a few blocks away. Just minutes into Midtown Manhattan, one can hop on the 1, 2 or 3 train at a convenient entrance on 93rd and Broadway.