Enjoy coming home to a beautifully-renovated one bedroom 1.5 bath apartment with private outdoor space ideally located at Central Park West and 68th Street. This luxurious light-filled home in a full-service West Side cooperative offers bright southern exposure and stunning park and city views all year round, including views of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and views of Central Park from your large private outdoor balcony.
The graciously scaled and designed layout features oversized rooms, a proper entry with a large living room, and spacious separate dining area which is easily converted to a home office. The renovated kitchen is adorned with custom white wood cabinets and new stainless-steel appliances including a Bosch dishwasher, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and Wolf stove with gorgeous Quartz counters and glass subway tile. The powder room for guests is outfitted with Waterworks fixtures and is discreetly located off the foyer.
The king-sized bedroom offers brilliant sunlight and picture-perfect views, 2 custom closets, and stunning new Waterworks bathroom fixtures with elegant travertine tile.
Other luxurious touches include Mirage wide plank French oak floors, individually controlled heat and AC for year-round comfort, custom Roman shades, and is wired for surround sound throughout the apartment. The apartment also features an abundance of custom closets for ample storage.
Built in 1967, 80 Central Park West is a distinctive 25-story cooperative on the corner of 68th Street with a modern 20-foot-high glass lobby façade and fluted steel support columns. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in super and attentive maintenance staff, an onsite garage that’s accessible through the building, as well as high speed elevators, a laundry center, storage facility, bike room and common roof deck. Pets and pied-a-terres are allowed with approval.
The amazing location near Central Park, Lincoln Center, fabulous shopping and dining at Columbus Circle in the heart of Lincoln Square.
In Partnership with Mike Lubin