41 West 70th Street
Between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue Upper West Side
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Straight set of stairs leads up to bulkhead. Steel Framing of building allows for easy construction of penthouse if desired.
Ceilings soaring up to 13 feet. Two Full Bedrooms and with two en suite baths possible on this level or guest apartment with separate kitchen. Wood-burning fireplace in rear bedroom. 8x4 skylights in both rooms.
Two Full Bedrooms with en suite baths. Rear bedroom has wood-burning fireplace and large terrace.
Master bedroom and second bedroom. Large, luxurious master bath with steam shower and large soaking tub. Master bedroom is in the rear, has a wood-burning fireplace and has a study in the extension.
Soaring Ceilings. Music room, (possible formal dining room and roughing in place for wet bar). Elegant vestibule with custom lighting highlighting sculptural staircase and custom designed entry doors. Formal Living Room with wood-burning fireplace. Garden-facing loggia.
Bedroom with en suite bath. Dining Room, Chef's Kitchen. Sunroom. Access to garden from two separate entrances. Terra cotta floors throughout with radiant heat beneath them.
Windowed in front and back of the house. Windowed maid's room with full bath. Laundry room. Wood shop. State of the art mechanicals. Radiant heat floors throughout.
Interested? Contact the agent to learn more about this property.Printable Floorplan
- Approx. Sq. Ft.8,000
- Decorative fireplaces
- Wood-burning fireplace
Additional features of this building include: Five Story Elevator, Multi Zoned Central Air, Two Laundry Rooms, 10'-13' Ceilings Throughout, Roof Framed For Future Penthouse, 4 Wood Burning Fireplaces, Fully Sprinklered Building, Multi Zoned Steam Heating System, Radiant Heat Floors Throughout, and Rear Loggia Overlooking Lush Garden.
Upper West Side
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Tucked between the lush green of Riverside Park and Central Park, the Upper West Side is a pristine neighborhood with a surprisingly leisurely pace of life. Its tree-lined streets, well-kept townhouses and village-like charm make it one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city – not to mention the breathtaking Hudson River views. A vibrant performing arts community also helps add to its prestige. Home to Lincoln Center and a wealth of museums, the Upper West Side has long been a hotspot for actors, artists and writers. There’s a bohemian, intellectual vibe that permeates the independent bookstores and airy bistros lining the sidewalks. Although the area can feel worlds apart from the hustle and bustle of downtown, residents here are well-connected. The 1, 2 and 3 subway lines stop on Broadway’s main strip, and the A, B, C and D trains all connect to Central Park West.