This stylish 3 bedroom duplex at the legendary Hotel des Artistes features a sophisticated Parisian-style living room, with casement windows offering a wonderful side view of Central Park to the east and open city views to the south and west. The centerpiece of this sun-basked living room is a str...
This stylish 3 bedroom duplex at the legendary Hotel des Artistes features a sophisticated Parisian-style living room, with casement windows offering a wonderful side view of Central Park to the east and open city views to the south and west. The centerpiece of this sun-basked living room is a striking original carved stone mantel and wood burning fireplace. A renovated open kitchen with dining banquette dazzles with custom white cabinetry and Corian countertops plus stainless steel Thermador stove and dishwasher and Bosch refrigerator. At the entry foyer is a half-bath and an original staircase leading to the second floor's 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The spacious master bedroom with ensuite bath and 5 closets has its own romantic wood-burning fireplace plus a side view of Central Park and open city views south and west. Two additional bedrooms share an oversized, windowed marble bath off the hallway. Throughout this mint condition home is ample storage, city-quiet style windows, 9' ceilings and beautiful bleached grey hardwood floors. The building does allow the installation of central air and there is access to the building's elevator from the apartment's second floor.
The Hotel des Artistes is a full-service luxury cooperative across the street from Central Park and near 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/basketball court and a high-walled roof garden. Residents are afforded discount dining as well as room service and 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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