Convenientlylocated on the second floor, this renovated seven room residence provides a townhouse feel with gorgeous garden views but with the conveniences of a well run co-op with live-in super. All just a half block from Central Park. the Museum of Natural History and the B/C trains.
Upon entering this spacious residence you will find a centralfoyer that leads to a generous sized living room with an adjacentformal dining room, perfect for entertaining. The expansiveliving room and dining area has large windows with tree filled views to be enjoyedall four seasons.
Next to the dining room you will find a renovated kitchen with top of the line appliances such as Bertazzoni range, Fisher & Paykel dishwasher and Liebherr refrigerator. To-the-ceilingcabinets take advantageof the soaring ceiling height found throughoutthe apartment.
To the right off of the central foyer you will find the sleeping quarters with a hallway leading to a full bathroom and a north facing bedroom equipped with storage laden closets. The second bedroom, also ideal for an office, leads to what feels to be another wing of the residence. Because this original classic five was combined with a studio apartment, the home enjoys a secondary entrance that functions perfectly as a mudroom.
Off of the mudroom you will find a spacious and tastefully renovated primary bathroom as well as a full laundry room outfitted with a Bosch W/D, storage cabinets, sink and two refrigerator drawers; perfect for all those TraderJoe runs. Adjacent to the laundry is the pin drop quiet primary bedroom.
This classic and unique home is made for modern living with updated electric and a high speed 5 point internet mesh system.
35 West 82nd Street was designed in 1905 by the preeminent architectural firm Schwartz & Gross and is part of the historic district of the Upper West Side. This well-kept building has a live-in super who accepts packages, video security system, bike room, private courtyard, excellent financials, pet friendly and storage bins with no wait list.
Only half a block from Central Park, the residence offers proximity to the Delacorte Theatre, Museum of Natural History, The New York Historical Society and many fine restaurants and shops.
There is a monthly assessment of $70.57 until 2022.