NO OPEN HOUSES ALLOWED - SHOWING BY APPT. ONLY Playbills, Theatre Posters and Broadway scores fill this prewar corner residence with creative energy and artistic serenity. Opera and Broadway tunes were played on the Mason & Hamlin piano which remains in the home. Herringbone walnut stained oak wood flooring, beamed ceilings, arched doorways and prewar moldings are the architectural elements that add character and charm to this 2-bedroom beauty. A gracious and welcoming foyer features double deep closets and art gallery walls. An archway entrance leads to the expansive living room, separate dining area and galley kitchen with cook top, double oven and full-size dishwasher. The living space is perfect for gatherings, dinner parties and quiet living. A private hallway leads to two master bedrooms with en-suite windowed baths and closets galore. Light filters the apartment through three exposures. Bring your imagination and create a serene sanctuary in this former Broadway performer's retreat. Washer/dryers are allowed with board approval.
Located across the street from the Museum of National History’s Theodore Roosevelt Park in the legendary circa 1929, Emery Roth landmark building, 15 West 81st Street. This full-service, premier cooperative boasts grand foyer with spectacular marble and granite lobby, interior sculpted water fountain, separate elevator banks and a second exit onto West 82nd Street. There are only 3 apartments on this floor. The lushly landscaped and architectural significant West 81st Street block lies between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. Crosstown transportation and subway lines are outside your door. This iconic prewar cooperative features a state-of-the-art fitness room, playroom and basement storage rooms. Concierge, doorman and friendly staff are always there to assist. A real find.