46 West 94th Street
Central Park West and Columbus Avenue Upper West Side
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Storage. Laundry. Large cedar closet.
Bedroom with decorative fireplace. Large bathroom. Front bedroom transformed into elegant library/seating area.
Master bedroom with walk-in closet & bath. Decorative fireplace. Front bedroom with bay windows.
Welcoming grand foyer with original hall mirror and ornate transom. Separate seating area with working pocket doors. Dramatic living room with 14' ceilings and beautiful wood inlay floors. Three decorative fireplaces.
Home office with separate entrance. Two large closets. Full bathroom. One powder room (hallway) Open top-of-the-line kitchen with all the bells and whistles. Dining room overlooks serene zen garden. Shed at end of 45' deep garden.
- Alarm system
- Cable ready
"The Street of the Flower Boxes”, an award winning series of books and movie, was written in this very special townhouse and was based on the owners’ experience as block newcomers. This 1896-1901 lovely lady is now for sale to a fortunate buyer for the first time in half a century. Four stories with stoop intact. Four bedrooms (possible five), three full baths and powder room. Amazing chefs' kitchen. Dining room opens onto serene and lush garden at rear of house. Original and exquisite detail and glory intact yet artfully restored and renovated. Perfect condition! Just move in and start writing your own novel. You will be charmed and inspired, too.Showings by appointment only on Wednesdays from 3:30 - 5:30 pm, and Fridays from 10 am - 1 pm. Contact Jane Beal or Rose Ann Nielsen for appointments.
Additional features of this building include: Maids Quarters, Eat-in Kitchen, Private Garden, Security System, Washer/ Dryer, Ample Storage Space, and Cable TV ready.
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Upper West Side
Upper West, from Central Park West to the Hudson River, 59th Street (excluding Columbus Circle) to 110th Street.
Every ten blocks of the Upper West Side seem to have its own character. The 70s and 80s have their share of “Classic Six” prewar apartments (that’s two bedrooms, a living room, dining room, and kitchen plus a room for the maid or domestic staff, sometimes used as a home office) as opposed to a “Classic Seven,” which has all these rooms in addition to another bedroom. Along Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side, some grand-scale apartment buildings with magnificent river views perfectly match the street’s name. Meanwhile, the southern bit of the Upper West Side embraces the Time Warner Center, which has some of the most spectacular luxury condos in the city, along with high-end shops like Coach and Hugo Boss, once-in-a-lifetime eateries like Per Se, and a giant subterranean Whole Foods that seems to have the capability to hold every resident of the Upper West Side at once.