Low Maintenance. With Central Park just half block away, this 4.5 room gut renovated home has accounted for every detail and inch of space both creatively and practically. The front door opens to a large space fashioned with artistically placed overhead lighting and currently used as a living room. The dining table stands facing the large oversized windows viewing the quiet block of brick houses and rows of neatly planted trees. A beautiful white-themed kitchen with steal appliances and a marble bar-type island separating the room also has stunning cabinets for extra storage. This customized two-bedroom coop employs every convenience for its homeowner. The spacious elegant bathroom with double vanities and high ceilings has a neatly situated washer and dryer with sliding doors, allowing for the definitive use of space. The exposed original brick in the master bedroom has both a walk-in closet and door leading to a spacious converted nursery. The large second bedroom has a functional closet for addition storage. The elegance and creativity of this spacious apartment, including its modern floors, high ceilings, large oversized windows and new appliances offers a strong, modern and refined feeling throughout.
46 West 83rd Street, the Lathrop is located within the Upper West Side Historic District, is Landmarked, and built circa 1910-1911 by the notable architects Schwartz & Gross. It is a distinguished example of Neo-Renaissance architecture. The facade has glazed white brick terra cotta and adorned with planting balconies. The co-op has excellent financials. The hallways were renovated in 2016. The elevator replacement project is funded and underway. Pieds-a-terre are permitted. Pets with approval. Building amenities include a resident superintendent, full-time porter, backyard garden with two grills, laundry room, bike room and storage units. The elevator replacement project completed in December.
Two major parks, Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west, form the boundaries of the Upper West Side adding to the exceptional quality of life at the Lathrop. The American Museum of Natural History, the Children Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are close by, as is major transportation, fabulous restaurants, bars and shopping.