From this 5 bedroom/3.5 bath you can fall asleep to the sounds of Lincoln Center and wake up to the treetops of Central Park. Three units have been combined to create the perfect home for a buyer looking to be in the heart of the Upper West Side.
No detail has been left behind. The grand marble foyer will lead you to a spacious living room flooded with light from wall-to-wall windows to enjoy the open city and eastern skyline. A limestone clad gas fireplace tops off the room that has an open view of Central Park.
A gourmet eat-in windowed kitchen comes with top-of-the-line appliances and has custom Wenge Wood cabinetry and milk glass counter tops. The adjoining butler's pantry/breakfast room is fully equipped with a champagne chilling sink, 72 bottle wine refrigerator and a built-in espresso/cappuccino machine - you never have to leave your home.
Through the formal dining room you have access to a beautifully landscaped 1,120 sq ft terrace with a complete kitchen with electric grill and a bar with a beer tap. The dining arbor has custom lighting and outdoor hot/cold shower. This is the perfect outdoor space for entertaining this Spring!
Back inside the apartment, the corner large master suite has its own separate sitting room, en suite marble bath, Zuma air jet jacuzzi soaking tub, separate shower room and heated marble flooring. There is also a separate en suite powder room with a bidet. This is one of the largest Master Suites you will find - you can simply shut the door, enjoy a cup of coffee away from the rest of the apartment and begin your day.
There are 4 additional bedrooms, 2 additional full marble baths, a powder room and a laundry room with full size Mielle washer and dryer.
The building's close proximity to the best New York has to offer including Central Park, Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle and The Time Warner Center, great shops and restaurants, make this extra-ordinary, stunning property a perfect place to call "Home".
About 45 West 67th Street, The Building
The western anchor of one of the city's most distinguished blocks, this 33-story building has many stunning views of Central Park over the many "studio" mid-rise buildings to the east.
Erected in 1984 as a condominium, this attractive-reddish-brick building has 172 apartments in a tower setback over a low-rise base that has a spacious lobby and very attractive retail frontage. It has many corner windows.
About 45 West 67th Street, The Neighborhood
It has a prime Upper West Side location just to the north and east of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and close to many major stores such as Tower Records and Barnes & Nobles and a large Sony multiplex.
Central Park is just a short walk to the east and the area abounds in restaurants and has excellent cross-town bus service just to the south.
The area's heavy existing traffic will be exacerbated by the eventual redevelopment of the long delayed and controversial mixed-use project for the site of the New York Coliseum at Columbus Circle as well as the far larger Riverside South project to the west. Nonetheless, this vibrant area may well be the most definitive neighborhood in the city, if not the most desirable, because of its wide array of amenities and mix of building types and architecture.
The building was designed by Schuman Lichtenstein Claman & Efron for Daniel Brodsky.
Broadway Upper West Side Restaurants
▪ Alice's Tea Cup
▪ Boat Basin Café
▪ Café Fiorello's
▪ Murray's Sturgeon
▪ Nougatine and Mistral Terrace
▪ Ollie's Noodle Shop and Grill
▪ Patsy's Pizzeria
▪ Ruby Foo's
▪ Shalel Lounge
▪ Sushi Hana
▪ The Sheep Meadow Café
▪ Williams BBQ
Upper West Side Arts & Entertainment
▪ Alice Tully Hall
▪ American Museum Of Natural History
▪ Avery Fisher Hall
▪ Beacon Theater
▪ Columbia University
▪ Metropolitan Opera House
▪ Miller Theater
▪ New York State Theater
▪ Rose Hall
▪ Rose Hall, Time Warner Center
▪ Sixty-Seven Wines and Spirits
▪ Symphony Space
▪ Symphony Space
▪ The Cathedral of St. John The Divine
▪ Vivian Beaumont Theater
▪ Walter Reade Theater