You’d be hard pressed to find an architecture-loving New Yorker who hasn’t dreamt about living in one of the incredible townhouses that line Central Park, especially those on the side streets of Central Park West. Here’s one to start drooling over if you can’t afford the multi-million-dollar price tag and are looking to rent. 14 West 95th Street is an elegant, four-story limestone townhouse that has been broken down into rental units. As for the location, the listing calls it “perfectly situated” and we’d have to agree–right on 95th Street, directly off of Central Park West.
The rental apartment that’s now on the market has been renovated, so it looks more modern than old-world New York. For three bedrooms and two bathrooms over both floors, it’s asking $6,500 a month.
The unit occupies the entire third floor and half of the fourth floor of the building. On the lower floor, there are two bedrooms, a bathroom, an open kitchen, and living/dining area. Although there are some historic touches–exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, high ceilings–mostly everything feels upgraded. There are new hardwood floors, track lighting, a washer and dryer, and a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
The second bedroom on the lower level, which is a little smaller than the other bedroom, is being used as an office space by the current renters.
And here are the other two bedrooms, both of which have windows that look out at the surrounding townhouses on 95th Street. The interior design matches the style of the renovation–nothing too extravagant, just modern and tasteful.
On the top floor is the second bathroom, the master bedroom, and quite the impressive walk-in closet. (Someone loves their Louboutins.) In fact, there’s tons of closet space throughout the apartment–with another closet on the top floor of the duplex, and several more downstairs.
Overall, it’s a nice modern reno for a beautiful old townhouse in a great location. You can’t really hate anything that close to Central Park, can you?
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side