This meticulously restored one-bedroom duplex features a soaring 18' 9" ceiling and breathtaking 14' windows in its sophisticated living room, facing south and overlooking tree-lined West 67 Street. The home's grandeur is accentuated by extraordinary original details, circa 1917, as well as the late...
This meticulously restored one-bedroom duplex features a soaring 18' 9" ceiling and breathtaking 14' windows in its sophisticated living room, facing south and overlooking tree-lined West 67 Street. The home's grandeur is accentuated by extraordinary original details, circa 1917, as well as the latest modern conveniences. A beautiful oak staircase, stunning carved oak trim and hardwood floors compliment the open chef's kitchen with marble breakfast bar, custom cabinetry, marble countertopsWolf cooktop and oven, Subzero refrigerator, KitchenAid dishwasher and a wine cooler. The dining area leads to a unique 100 sf outdoor terrace, perfect for morning coffee or an evening cocktail. On the upper level is the bedroom with built-in storage and a washer/dryer as well as a renovated bath. Cantilevering over the living room is an office alcove with built-in desk. Throughout, the home has been renovated to the highest standards and features central air-conditioning, custom lighting, Sonos sound and Marantz surround sound systems and two flat screen televisions concealed behind mirrors.
The Hotel des Artistes is a full service luxury cooperative steps from Central Park and Lincoln Center. It offers a 24-hour concierge and elevator operator as well as amenities seldom available in pre-war cooperatives a swimming pool, two workout rooms, a squash court, roof garden and discount dining, room service and a use of a private dining room at The Leopard at the des Artistes.
Since opening in 1917, the Hotel des Artistes has been home to many celebrities including Noel Coward, Isadora Duncan, Norman Rockwell, NYC Mayor John Lindsay, Leroy Neiman and Joel Grey. The stunning Gothic-style limestone building with gargoyles depicting painters, sculptors and writers is located just off Central Park West on West 67th Street, a lovely tree-lined street, once described by the New York Times as one of the city's prettiest block. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and part of the West 67th Street Artists' Colony, West 67th Street is often referred to as 'Artists Row,' because of the many ateliers and studios built especially for artists and musicians on the block.
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