This four-bedroom pre-war duplex would be unusual for its double-height living room alone, but the soaring internal space is graced with a stunning living wall feature that you definitely won’t find in the average Upper West Side living room. You can rent this cool space–originally an artists’ loft when the Atelier at 33 West 67th Street was constructed in 1903–for $16,450 a month.
The listing calls it bohemian luxury: Double-height ceilings make the co-op’s living room seem impossibly grand, as does new parquet flooring, a working wood-burning fireplace, a detailed mantlepiece and an oversized window.
The impressive planting wall borders the living space, which is also framed by the upper floor gallery.
The home’s south-facing dining room can seat 10 and is seamlessly integrated with a large chef’s kitchen. An oversized island features a chic polished marble worktop and a breakfast bar. What looks like a massive vintage range is in keeping with the apartment’s unique look. Both rooms look out over tree-lined West 67th Street.
Upstairs are three of the home’s four bedrooms. The master suite has a customized office nook, an en-suite renovated bathroom and plenty of storage.
The fourth bedroom and another bathroom are on the lower level, making them convenient for guests, and a Miele washer/dryer is included. The apartment is being offered furnished or unfurnished.
The full-service pre-war coop offers a roof deck and and a 24-hour doorman.
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