Cozy charm meets modern luxury at 25 West 71st Street, a voluminous three-bedroom home with an asking price of $3.995 million. It is on the market with Julie Harding of the Private Client Team at Compass.
Inside this meticulously renovated brownstone duplex, are pickled white oak wood floors that run the expanse of the first floor featuring a chef’s kitchen – with a fireplace & window banquet – Miele appliances, a gooseneck Barber and Wilson Brass kitchen faucet, Quarried Statuario honed white marble (echoed throughout the home), poured concrete countertops, as well as a built-in wine fridge.
The first floor boasts a great room and living room (with another fireplace!), an office/den, a powder room, and small solarium, which is currently configured as a perfectly Zen meditation room – everyone’s favorite oasis. Soaring ceilings, pre-war moldings and details abound, all set in contrast with its contemporary and sleek design.
The statement stairs lead to the second floor and its three additional bedrooms and two full baths. The master bedroom features a third fireplace and its south-facing windows overlook the trees and 71st Street’s lovely brownstones.
25 West 71st Street is equipped with central air conditioning, Nest temperature control, Sonos sound system, three ventless/smokeless fireplaces from Hearth Cabinet, plus a full-size Whirlpool duet washer & dryer, and a fully updated electrical system. The highly customized bathrooms feature hand-painted Moroccan tile plus Waterworks fixtures, Toto toilets and Duravit appliances.
25 West 71st Street is located only steps from Central Park but also near the best of Columbus Avenue’s shops, staple restaurants and fitness centers – including Theory, Vince, Cafe Luxembourg, Oxbow Tavern, Joe Coffee, Magnolia Bakery, Juice Press, Dry Bar & Equinox.
The Upper West Side has a longstanding reputation for attracting the culturally aware. Artists, professors, filmmakers, and writers made their homes on the Upper West Side and helped it develop into an urban oasis for intellectual curiosity. Nestled between Riverside and Central Park, the Upper West Side is one of the greenest parts of Manhattan. The Upper West Side is known for popular attractions like the Natural History Museum and Lincoln Center, but relaxed bistros and a lively bar scene defy expectations in this sparkling and cozy uptown neighborhood.
The home is less than one block to the B & C trains and two blocks to the 1/2/3 lines. Pets are allowed, and basement storage is transferred with ownership.