Wonderfully located with just steps from Central Park, this outstanding home boasts soaring ceilings reaching nearly 14 feet, grand windows, and a bow-front, which allows for exceptional light and air.
33 West 89th Street is a Renaissance Revival-style townhouse built in 1894-1895 by Gilbert A. Schellenger, one of the most prolific designers commissioned in the Upper West Side/Central Park West Historical District. The townhouse was part of an original row of eleven homes. This 19 foot wide townhouse is a Cooperative all owned by one entity. The house has 9 free market units and is 5 stories plus a full basement with laundry. All the units have one year leases. This house is the perfect home for someone who wants to live in part or . It can also be converted back to single family status (31 w 89 recently sold for 13.3M)
BASEMENT The full basement consists of mechanicals and Laundry
GARDEN FLOOR (2 Bedroom floor through apartment ) The Garden Floor features a 2 bedroom 2 bath floor through Completely renovated, sunny landscaped garden, Great layout .
PARLOR FLOOR ( Two 1 Bedroom apartments) Two One bedroom apartments soaring 12-foot ceilings, and elegant decorative fireplaces
THIRD FLOOR (two One Bedroom apartments) The Third Floor comprises enjoys brilliant North and South light and tree-top views through the home's bow-front.
FOURTH FLOOR The Fourth Floor (two one bedroom apartments ) Both are renovated apartments enjoy views and light
FIFTH FLOOR (1 Bedroom and Studio with terrace) Both renovated and sunny enjoy treetop and garden views