This wonderful five bedroom, four and a half bath home is located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the heart of the Upper Westside. Outstanding features include restored original period details throughout. The oak hardwood floors are adorned with intricate inlaid borders. A welcoming reception room with a gas burning fireplace leads to a large dining room adjoining the kitchen outfitted with Viking and Sub-zero appliances. A powder room on this level makes the home ideal for entertaining. Follow the steps to the garden level to a spacious planted garden and patio featuring outdoor seating and lovely plantings. An intricately carved grand mahogany staircase in exquisite condition leads to the second floor where you will find the sunny South facing living room, an inviting library or sixth bedroom featuring an en-suite bath. The attractive master bedroom is located on the third floor with an embellished fireplace and a luxurious marble en-suite bath with Waterworks fixtures. There are three working gas fireplaces and four decorative fireplaces throughout the house.
There are three additional bedrooms on the fourth floor adorned with a magnificent bath and the ultimate luxury - radiant heated floors. There are restored carved bannisters, wood paneled pocket doors, and high ceilings. A large basement features additional storage space and a washer/dryer. An additional benefit is the tenant has use of the basketball court located next door.
Built in 1899 by Chester Smith. It was originally a part of a group of eight row houses. This house is one of only five houses that remain. Legend has it that the owner, William Lanchantain, built a house for each of his children.
The superb location is close to Riverside Park and convenient to all transportation.