Flawlessly renovated and built extra deep, 296 West 92nd Street is the single-family townhouse you’ve always wanted.It is a rare find: a Manhattan home with all the bedrooms, bathrooms, living spaces, and walk-in closets you could want.Warm and bright, with shining hardwood throughout and colorful decorative fireplaces in every room, this townhouse also has state-of-the-art appliances, five renovated full baths, and three spacious terraces.Proximity to Riverside Park, dining, shopping, transportation, and excellent schools make this townhouse the ideal buy.Move in immediately and make this home your own.
Condo 'Townhouse' Triplex Ideal for Professional Office, Sizeable Residence
313 West 83rd Street
Situated on a tree-lined block in the heart of the Upper West Side and easily accessible to all transportation, this versatile townhouse-like condominium triplex presents a unique opportunity for a flexible residence. 313 West 83rd Street is a fully renovated property full of possibilities.
Park-Block Townhouse. Updated Triplex Plus Income or Future Single-Family
6 West 95th Street
Park-block townhouses are rare, and this one is an incredible find. You’ll fall for its high ceilings, elaborately carved façade, amazing location, and multiple outdoor spaces. Make a home in the elegant owner’s triplex while collecting income from the three vacant rental units on the upper levels, or make this house your perfect single-family home. There is an enviable combination of old and new throughout the building: enjoy the original woodwork and Juliet balconies, along with the new paint jobs, recently re-sanded and re-stained floors, and top-of-the-line kitchen appliances.
95th Street is renowned as being one of the prettiest and most sought-after park blocks. And Central Park is just thirty seconds away!
Owner’s Garden Duplex or make your own Quadruplex
323 West 101st Street
From the minute you step into the parlour floor, with its shining, deep red Brazilian Cherry wood floors, the warm elegance of this 20’-wide townhouse strikes you. Such space and openness is a rare treat in Manhattan. Create a dazzling owner’s quadruplex, or move into the owner’s duplex and collect rental income from the top two floors. You’ll find charm and beauty on every floor, from the cheery, well-kept garden to the original decorative fireplaces throughout the building—all while living just half a block from Riverside Park.
Create Dream Home on Best 90s Central Park Block
18 West 95th Street
SOLD! In 1965, rising starchitect James Stewart Polshek designed the interior of 18 West 95th Street.The result is a midcentury masterpiece as relevant today as it was at its inception. From the glass rear wall to the modern staircase, this home’s bold elements create a modern blueprint for your contemporary renovation.
The current three-bedroom owner’s triplex is a sunny, gallery-like space.An open-ceiling dining room cooperates with a series of mezzanines to create the feeling of a quadruplex.You may choose to collect income from the four rental units above.Alternatively, combine these units into your dream residence a stone’s throw from Central Park.
This brownstone was Polshek’s first residential commission, and it remains a rare find.The architect designed only a few residences during his long and illustrious career.He went on to design or redesign public spaces including the Rose Center at the American Museum of Natural History, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, the Brooklyn Museum, and Carnegie Hall.
Premiere Brooklyn Heights Townhouse with Grand Owner's Duplex
1 Sidney Place
Live on a beautiful street, just steps away from Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Promenade, and numerous subways, with not one but two parking places of your own. As a corner house, this building is much deeper than most townhouses, and spectacular sunlight from the 5 beautiful bay windows highlights the grandness of the parlour floor. Move into the sumptuous owner’s duplex and collect rental income from the rest of the building.
This gorgeous Brooklyn Heights townhouse is full of fascinating history. In the 1930s, it was the home to artist John Graham, a mentor to Jackson Pollock, Willem de Koonig, and Arshile Gorky. He was one of the founders of the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, which became the Guggenheim Museum. Also, “one of the best known businesspeople in Brooklyn” (according to The New York Times), Walter N. De Grauw, lived in this home. And more recently, following the façade and stoop replacement, this brownstone received the Brooklyn Heights Association Award for Most Improved Exterior in the Heights.
New Contstruction! Elevator Townhouse with Condo Amenities in Dumbo
41 Bridge Street
TAKEN OFF MARKET
Steps from the Manhattan Bridge along the cobblestone streets of Dumbo lies 41 Bridge Street. A mix of industrial materials from an old soap factory and chic, loft-like style, this 4-story elevator townhouse is an elegant residence for those who want luxury condo amenities combined with the privacy of owning their own home.
Upon entering, you are greeted with bright, sun-soaked rooms, clean lines, and a welcoming layout. The parlour floor boasts a double-height ceiling with custom shelving running the length of one wall. Its grandeur is perfect for book lovers and collectors alike. The open configuration of the living and dining area is perfect for entertaining, and guests will be impressed by the chef’s kitchen complete with sleek cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances. A second floor loft overlooks the living room gallery and serves as a gracious sitting area, music room, and den. The top two floors are also flooded with light. A private elevator accesses every level of the townhouse, and there is a state-of-the-art home automation system that manages all interior lighting, shades, HVAC, security cameras, and a built-in sound system with the touch of an iPad.
Another outstanding feature of this townhouse is access to multiple outdoor spaces. The parlour floor flows out to a private, extra-large garden nestled in the rear courtyard. There is also a glorious private roof deck with a view of the Empire State Building. As the townhouse adjoins the Kirkman Lofts condos, there are several luxurious amenities townhouse owners can take advantage of including a fitness center, virtual doorman, package room, storage locker, bike room, and two more rooftop terraces boasting fantastic views.
Best Townhouse Value; Park-Block with Owner Triplex
71 West 89th Street
The “bookend” design of this townhouse sets it apart from all the other row houses on the street. The front room on each floor juts out above the entry, such that you can see the beautiful row of townhouses all the way down to Central Park. Create your owner’s triplex from the vacant apartments on the cellar, garden, and parlour floors. Currently configured as seven apartments, four of the seven will be delivered vacant. This could also be ideal for a pied-à-terre or long-term buy and hold investment.
Boasting high ceilings and large windows, each apartment feels open and bright. There are charming artistic touches throughout such as pressed tin backsplashes, a stylized fresco in the garden rear unit, and a custom ironwork fence designed by well-known artist Ken Hiratzuka. Nothing on the market right now can beat this price point. In addition to the Park, Columbus Avenue’s shopping and dining, as well as access to the 1, 2, 3, B, and C trains, are only steps away.
20' Townhouse With Side Windows on
121 Manhattan Avenue
Own this sun-drenched, corner townhouse ready for single-family use, and enjoy side windows, high ceilings, a stunningly-restored parlour level, and plenty of original details. The chef’s kitchen includes a spacious dining area with side windows and stained glass transom lights. Built-in bookshelves, hardwood floors, medallions, and alcoves will delight you as you explore this inviting home. Amenities include an alarm system and a whole-house intercom system. The garden level is currently rented as a floor-through apartment, but has no separate entrance. The townhouse will be delivered vacant so it can be used as a single-family. Manhattan Avenue is a quiet, townhouse-lined side-street. “Doctor’s Row” is nestled between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, offering proximity to Central Park and a peaceful atmosphere rare on the busier streets. Because the block is Landmarked, no high-rise will ever obstruct the plentiful sunlight streaming into your side-windows from across the street. Incredibly low real estate taxes of $6,831 per year are a fraction of what you would pay for other townhouses on the Upper West Side.
18 Feet Wide, Doctor’s Row, Low Taxes
111 Manhattan Avenue
This 18’-wide townhouse on the historic “Doctor’s Row” is full of potential. From the original woodwork and fireplaces throughout, to the loft-like top floor, there is tremendous value to be found in this home. Enjoy the rental income from the free-market tenants, or use this home as the canvas for your very own single-family townhouse. With a five-minute walk to Central Park or the nearby subway, and a community garden just around the corner, this neighborhood has a great deal to offer. And at just $4,104, these taxes are unbeatable.
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