Great Find! Hurry to see this floor through home at 169 West 83rd Street, a late 19th Century boutique brownstone! Welcome home to this stunning three bedroom with eat in kitchen in the heart of the Upper West Side! This gracious home offers the best of all worlds, turn of the century charm and modern finishes. Just one flight up in this Pre War brownstone, this six room stunner has North and South exposure, excellent built-ins, hardwood floors and high ceilings.
The windowed eat-in kitchen has floor to ceiling shelving and plenty of room to prep and cook in its unique square shaped design. Bathroom is renovated with earthy wood and beige tones. The Master Bedroom has decorative fireplace, cherry wood floors, solid closet space and overlooks classic Upper West Side Gardens. Second bedroom faces South with wonderful bookshelves. Third bedroom could also be used as a quiet study -- ZOOM calls and Work From Home. The expansive living and dining rooms harken back to the Victorian Age when this beautiful brownstone was built in 1885 by renowned architects, McKim, Meade & White. From the plaster details on the ceiling, to the all new windows with blinds, this home is for those hunting for the special, non "cookie-cutter" living experience, but with modern elements.
Known for their implementation of Beaux Arts design, McKim, Meade and White designed New York City's original Penn Station, The Brooklyn Museum and Columbia University's sprawling campus. Additionally they renovated the East and West Wings of the White House. 169 West 83rd Street is well situated between Amsterdam and Columbus where there are loads of activities and restaurants -- Riverside and Central Park, The Museum of Natural History, CMom, Zabars, Barnes n' Noble, Jacob's Pickles, Good Enough to Eat, Barney Greengrass, High Life, Thyme & Tonic, Arba and many more. Schools include PS 9, Rodolph Sholom, Dwight, Trinity, Columbia Prep, Calhoun. Hurry to see this gem before it's gone!