Every so often, an apartment of your dreams comes on the market. You’ll have to pinch yourself when you enter Apartment #83 at The Clebourne, known to Upper West Side architecture aficionados as The Dakota of the North.
This grand 8.5 room apartment has 10-foot ceilings and remarkably large rooms, starting with a 35-foot entry hall/gallery complete with new hardwood floors that leads to a side-by-side living room and formal dining room that just calls out for fabulous dinner parties and lavish entertaining. The living room, with its 3 oversized windows, maximizes all that glorious southern sunlight. The formal dining room has painted paneling, beautiful French doors with side lights and 2 windows facing west. Original details such as wide trim window and cove moldings and dadoes can be found throughout the apartment. The master suite has eastern and southern exposures and an en-suite bathroom, three closets plus a coveted dressing room. The second bedroom has an easily accessible large hall bath, and the third bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and both bedrooms have incredible closet space as well. A butler’s pantry leads into a renovated kitchen. And, as an extra bonus, there are two separate maid’s rooms – one currently being used as a bedroom and the other a home office — that share a maid’s bath. Built in 1913, the renowned architectural team of Schwartz & Gross designed an apartment of such perfect proportions. Turn their vision — and your dream of an distinctive Upper West Side apartment — into reality.
Exclusive of Wohlfarth & Associates, Inc.
- Financing Allowed: 75%
- Tax Deduction: 40%
- Building Name: Clebourne
- Building Floors: 13
- Number of Units: 74
- Full Time Doorman