As with most of the homes in the unique–even for New York City–Hotel des Artistes building at 1 West 67th Street, this amazing Central Park West triplex must be seen to be believed. The sprawling 5,500 square-foot co-op has room after room of remarkable features–greenhouse bathroom, anyone?–and every inch of the home’s gorgeous interiors reflects a brilliant eye for style. Just a few more amazing spaces include a 44-foot-long living room, a sprawling terrace with a fire pit, two offices and several balconies.
This impossibly grand five-bedroom residence at the iconic address starts with a legendary entertaining space anchored by a 44-foot long living and dining room with a fireplace, oversized windows and ceilings that stretch to almost 18 feet.
Also on this floor is a paneled library with a bookend fireplace.
The bright and spacious kitchen with an adjacent dining area abuts a gracious entry foyer; the lowest floor also offers a bar.
Up an elegant oak staircase you’ll find several balconies overlooking the entertaining space below. Also here are four large bedrooms, three baths, a sitting room and a laundry room.
On the third floor, a generous master bedroom suite boasts a private terrace. Even more luxurious: A fabulously indulgent greenhoused master bath with a steam shower, double sinks and seating.
The apartment also features a media room opens onto a huge landscaped main terrace with a gas fire pit. Two offices make the home a perfect home office. Modern conveniences include central air and a Sonos music system.
Built in 1917, the Hotel des Artistes is recognizable by its Gothic-style facade. A long list of notables including Noel Coward, Isadora Duncan, Leroy Neiman, New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay and Norman Rockwell have called the building home. Amenities include a swimming pool, two workout rooms, a squash court, and a La Palestra fitness center in addition to a twenty-four-hour staff that includes a concierge, elevator operator and live-in superintendent. Residents get discounted dining and delivery service the building’s restaurants; and, of course, Central Park.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side