Come home to this gracious pre-war sanctuary in one of the Upper West Sides most notable buildings.
Pass through the dedicated foyer, and enter right into the bright West-facing living room that retains all its original pre-war charm including picture molding throughout, beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. The two large windows offer Western views and an abundance of light, filling the generous space all year round. Built in cabinetry frames the radiant heater and provides extra storage in addition to the large entryway closet.
The inviting and renovated eat-in kitchen has ample space for both cooking and dining. New appliances including a dishwasher and 5-burner stove will inspire many a meal. The large window enhances and reflects off the granite countertops and plenty of white cabinetry.
An original glass-paned door separates the living room from the private rooms, leading into a wide hallway with additional closet space. The large, windowed bath is so bright, and features a deep soaking tub and new vanity. Finally, the oversized bedroom boasts the same charming pre-war elements of the living room, two West-facing windows, and ample storage in the form of a large walk-in closet, making it a peaceful and comfortable retreat!
The Clayton, has a rich architectural history as the first private commission for the renowned Rosario Candela, who would go on to become one of New York's all-time greatest residential building architects. A distinguished lobby, attended to 24-hours a day, live-in Super, storage, bike room, central laundry room, and playroom are available to residents. Pets are welcome! Pied-a-terres and guarantors allowed.
Located in prime Upper West Side with nearby Trader Joes and Whole Foods, an abundance of restaurants and shops, easy access to the 1, 2, and 3 trains, and Central and Riverside Parks a stones throw away!
There is an ongoing assessment of $92.95/month for exterior work and future roof deck.