In an UWS studio building, $4.4M co-op has original stained glass and 17-foot ceilings
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In an UWS studio building, $4.4M co-op has original stained glass and 17-foot ceilings

February 17, 2023

Photo credit: Tim Waltman for Sotheby’s International Realty

On a stretch of West 67th Street just off Central Park, there are eight buildings that were constructed over a century ago by artists looking for live-work spaces. Located within what is now known as the West 67th Street Artists’ Colony Historic District, the studio buildings have apartments with soaring windows that stream in natural light and double-height living rooms that also function as studio space. A two-bedroom co-op is now available at 27 West 67th Street, one of the first artist studio buildings to be constructed on this block. Asking $4,400,000, the duplex boasts original stained glass windows, a wood-burning fireplace, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and the unique New York City prestige that comes with the address.

On the lower level, the foyer, which is clad in oak wainscotting, opens into the highlight of the apartment, the impressive great room. The space wows with its 17-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings and massive windows, made of restored original stained glass.

The floor-to-ceiling bookshelves with rolling ladder accentuate the incredible height of the space. Adding to the room’s dramatic flair are a wood-burning fireplace and hand-crafted chandeliers.

The upgraded kitchen is sunlit and spacious, with plenty of room to double as a casual dining area. Lots of storage, a vented Viking range, a SubZero refrigerator, a wine fridge, and an adjacent pantry make it the ideal kitchen for any home cook.

Featuring walls lined with oak paneling, the formal dining room adjoins a library. Built-in bookshelves and a window seat make it an excellent spot for both study and relaxation.

The apartment’s two bedrooms, as well as two renovated bathrooms, can be found on the upper level. Both of the bedrooms face south and have decent closet space.

Also on this level is the home office, which sits on the mezzanine and overlooks the great room. The apartment comes equipped with a washer and dryer and central air conditioning with a built-in humidifier.

Constructed in 1903 and designed by Sturgis & Simmons, 27 West 67th Street rises 12 stories and features a Gothic-style facade. Residents have access to a landscaped roof garden with park and city views.

The building sits in a prime Upper West Side location, just a block from Central Park, Lincoln Center, and some of the city’s most iconic spots.

[Listing details: 27 West 67th Street, #1FW at CityRealty]

[At Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage by Cathy Taub]

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Photo credit: Tim Waltman for Sotheby’s International Realty

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