This is that Manhattan apartment that you dream about…. Located in the famous white-glove building, The Ardsley on Central Park West, this prewar 2BR, 2BA exudes charm and has everything one would need: gorgeous renovations, a planting terrace perfect for that morning cup of coffee and not only a washer/dryer, but a laundry room!
Entering the unit and stepping into the foyer, one is greeted with the combined living and dining space. The tall ceilings and casement windows make the space feel sunny and spacious and full of charm. The sublime southern and western open exposures add to the overall warmth due to all of the light streaming throughout the day. A planting terrace is the star of the space with the perfect casement doors opening to fully open, protected views to the south and the west and plenty of room for comfortable seating. The windowed kitchen is off of the dining area and outfitted with top of the line appliances such as the Miele dishwasher, Sub-Zero fridge, and Gaggenau stovetop adorned with the classic swinging, windowed door-another thoughtful prewar detail. To the right of the entry way sits the second bed with full bathroom adjacent which makes for the ideal guest stay. Continuing into the space, the primary bedroom is tucked away for privacy with a massive walk-in custom closet and en-suite, sunny windowed bath, once again with open views. There are numerous closets throughout for all of your storage needs and though-the-wall air conditioning. The unit has a bonus laundry room with in-unit combination washer/dryer and space to fold, iron, and shelf all your supplies in one space.
11J is the gold standard of prewar apartments and in a building that boasts all the same!
The Ardsley, located on Central Park West at 92nd Street, is one of the Upper West Side’s most sought-after buildings, conveniently situated across from the Park. Built and designed in 1931 by the famous Emery Roth-The Ardsley was one his final works in a string of Central Park West designs with admiration that reaches far beyond New York City. Converted to a co-op in the 70s, 320 CPW is a white glove building with an impeccable full-time staff, fitness center, building and bike storage, building laundry and a newly renovated lobby. This building is pet friendly and pied-a-terres are permitted, subject to board approval.
The Upper West Side is known for its relaxed living, quiet streets, and famous dining. A serene oasis in an otherwise bustling New York City. It’s a neighborhood chalked full of pre-war buildings yet the Ardsley is one of kind. The location across from Central Park with the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir just steps away makes it feel like a small town in a big city and 11J is a gem the center of it all.