$6.5M UWS townhouse near Riverside Park has its own outdoor oasis
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At this six-level townhouse on the Upper West side, access to green space is no issue. Not only is the 1899-constructed home at 341 West 84th Street just one block from the waterfront Riverside Park, but it also features a private rear garden, an outdoor terrace, and a rooftop. Asking $6,500,000, the townhouse is currently configured as a two-family home, with a quadruplex and newly renovated garden-level apartment.
Designed by George F. Pelham in 1899, a turn-of-the-century architect known for his work on the Upper West Side, 341 West 84th Street features a Romanesque Revival facade. According to a spokesperson for SERHANT., the firm with the listing, Caroline Kennedy once rented the top floor unit. In total, the townhouse measures 6,500 square feet and contains eight bedrooms and five baths.
The home features a ton of original features that have been restored, including eight fireplaces with wood-carved mantels, wainscoting, and an impressive central staircase.
On the first level of the quadruplex, there’s a luxurious living room designed by Jordan Carlyle and a sunny formal dining room. Next door is the kitchen, which boasts granite countertops, high-end appliances, and banquette seating under a window. From this level, there’s access to the rear patio.
Up one floor, a library features built-in shelving and a fireplace, an ideal cozy setup. There’s also a bedroom on this floor, along with a full bath and walk-in closet.
Five additional bedrooms are found on the upper floors, including an expansive primary suite, which has a walk-in dressing room with four closets and a jack-and-jill full bathroom. The bedroom on the other side has access to a quaint outdoor terrace.
The home’s fourth and fifth floors have been renovated and feature Brazilian walnut flooring throughout.
On the garden level, the apartment features one bedroom with a walk-in closet, a renovated kitchen, living and dining space, an in-unit washer-dryer, and access to the garden. More space can be found on the cellar level, which also has a laundry hookup.
A rooftop is a crowning feature, with enough space for proper outdoor dining. Located on a tree-lined block between Riverside Drive and West End Avenue, the townhouse is near the best of the Upper West Side, from restaurants and shops to museums and parks.
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