With a semi-private elevator landing, amazing views of Central Park and Midtown, and two floors in a prewar co-op, this 15 West 81st Street duplex on the Upper West Side has it all.
15 West 81st Street, Unit 12/13C features eight total rooms and has two floors. There are three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms, and overall, the unit is sprawling. Owners arrive by a semi-private elevator landing on the building’s 12th floor and are greeted by a large gallery and sweeping staircase.
The living room offers incredible views of the Rose Planetarium and Central Park, as well as the Midtown skyline. The residence oozes elegance with the tall, beamed ceilings, and restored herringbone floors.
There’s also a formal dining room adjacent to a butler’s pantry, along with a wet bar, and wine storage. The kitchen is fitted with state-of-the-art appliances, and a washer and dryer. Plus, there are marble counters and custom cabinets!
The primary bedroom has two walk-in closets, a dressing room, and a restored, original Emery Roth bathroom. The other two bedrooms also have en-suite bathrooms.
As for the building, 15 West 81st Street is the definition of a white-glove co-op, situated across the street from the American Museum of Natural History, and half a block from Central Park. Owners will also have access to a gorgeous fitness center, a bike room, a playroom, and additional storage.
This unit is listed for $7,350,000 by Michael J. Franco of Compass.
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