This duplex from the 444 Central Park West co-op, in the Upper West Side, has a lot going for it. Its upper-floor location—and three exposures to the east, west and north—affords views over Central Park, St. John the Divine Cathedral and upper Manhattan. It is also decked out with unique details like wood paneling from an 1800s English church, crown moldings and a marble fireplace. The asking price comes in at $2.5 million.
The apartment comes with a total of 1,300 square feet. On the lower level there is a windowed galley kitchen adjacent to the open living room, where you’ll find the wood paneling sourced from the 1800s English church. The living room, with its triple exposures, is the main source of light on this floor. And don’t forget a full bathroom and bedroom, located right off the living and dining area.
Large casement windows line the lower-level bedroom and can be found throughout the apartment.
A spiral staircase takes you to the second level, the master bedroom suite. This bedroom has its own marble wood-burning fireplace, a massive casement window and its own private 250-square-foot terrace. (Plenty of room for gardening.) So romantic!
Here’s a look at the stunning views from the master bedroom window.
444 Central Park West is a white-glove, red brick apartment building built in 1929. Its 123 apartments were converted to co-op in 1976. Today, it boasts an Art Deco lobby, 24-hour doorman, storage lockers, bike rooms and a live-in super.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side