33 West 95th Street
Central Park West and Columbus Avenue Upper West Side
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The top floor features 2 very spacious bedrooms and a full bath with deep-soaking tub and sky light. The back bedroom is bathed in superb natural light from the vast skylight at its peak. The 14’ vaulted ceiling exposes blue skies and 3 windows showcase treetop views. Details include custom windows and a built-in kitchenette with farm sink, half refrigerator and built-in shelving and a laundry closet. The spacious front bedroom features bountiful light, fireplace and custom window shutters.
The elegant and sunny master suite offers three tall windows framing treetops and drawing in lovely light. With an antique marble fireplace as its centerpiece this is a very spacious yet cozy room with a sleek master bath and large custom-fitted dressing room. The front bedroom is also a very large and sunny with three windows overlooking the tree-lined block with custom window shutters, floor-to-ceiling armoire and its own full bath en suite.
The parlor floor offers 11’ high ceilings, original bordered inlaid floors and striking wood details. The front room is currently configured as a library/den with original French doors, built-in bookshelves and restored pocket doors separating the two rooms. The lovely living room features grand scale, an antique marble fireplace, custom built-ins and tall wrought iron French windows that open to a lovely iron balcony with a spiral staircase to the garden.
The entry leads to a spacious den and chef’s kitchen with top-of-line appliances, custom cabinetry, granite counters and central island. Appliances include Viking 6-burner range oven, double warming drawers and Thermal convection oven, Sub Zero refrigerator, Kitchen Aid microwave, 2 Miele dishwashers and 2 farm sinks. A wall of French doors opens to the fully landscaped garden with beautiful trees and plantings. A wrought iron staircase leads to the 2nd floor terrace. 2 FP’s & powder room.
The semi-finished basement is very spacious and with new terra cotta flooring, Frontgate storage system and full-size washer and dryer.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,400
- Central laundry room
Beautifully renovated and restored throughout making this the best classic turn of century single-family home to hit the market! Perfect layout w/ garden floor-thru kitchen, family rm, & Dining Rm. Elegant original parlor floor, fantastic garden, plus 6 possible bedrooms & 3.5 baths! Located just off Central Park on an elegant tree lined block in landmark historic district, you can slow down the bustling city life and enjoy all the luxuries of living in a home. This four-story plus dry basement Renaissance Revival brownstone with Queen Anne elements, built circa 1889, exudes elegance and style by gushing with pre-war detail, yet fully renovated to provide all of the modern conveniences. Designed as a single-family Townhouse, it was completely renovated within the past 5 years. Features include central air conditioning, all new kitchen and bathrooms and an impeccable single-family townhouse layout, which includes a spectacular 50-foot garden to compliment the gracious home. All of this located on a particularly lovely tree-lined Central Park block.
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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.