Listing photos by Travis Mark
This floor-through two-bedroom on the Upper West Side melds the old and the new in one of the city’s most coveted neighborhoods. Located in a boutique townhouse at 121 West 80th Street, the $1,395,000 co-op was recently renovated and decked out with marble accents and top-of-the-line amenities to bring modern comforts into the home. But its old-world charm still comes through in the restored moldings and millwork.
A combined living and dining room boasts 12-foot ceilings, restored moldings, and millwork. The focal point of the room is the working fireplace framed by Carrara marble and a white brick wall. Gallery lighting installed throughout the home illuminates these details.
The marble motif continues in the newly renovated open kitchen, featuring Carrera marble countertops and handcrafted floor tiles. A Bosch refrigerator and dishwasher pairs with a Viking range to provide all you need to cook and entertain with ease.
The master bedroom has large south-facing windows overlooking the tree-lined block, a built-in storage closet, and a decorative fireplace. The bathroom was given a glamorous treatment with a custom Carrera marble and brass vanity and white subway tiles throughout.
On the north end of the residence, you’ll find a small second bedroom ideally suited for a home office.
The unit is in a boutique townhouse co-op with the added bonus of low monthly carrying charges, a laundry room, and storage areas. The building is open to pets, but unfortunately not dogs.
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Listing images by Travis Mark; courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side