Hardwood floors and bespoke timber furniture, in conjunction with a subtle color palette of white, grey and black, constitute a homely and sophisticated aesthetic that echoes the building’s heritage. Eclectically furnished with contemporary pieces of classic elegance, and decorated with designer rags, lush potted plants and slender light fittings, the apartment wins you over with its restrained refinement and snug ambiance. A spacious, air-conditioned living and dining room at the heart of the apartment opens up to a fully equipped kitchen where you can find everything you would need to prepare a meal, while a large, bright bedroom also includes an armoire and a writing desk that overlooks the backyard.
The Manhattan neighborhood called the Upper West Side is bordered by Central and Riverside Park, and its perhaps one of the most iconic, tourist-friendly areas in the city, housing everything from the Lincoln Center to the American Museum of Natural History. The Upper West Side has a relatively sophisticated, upscale vibe, complete with a number of posh hotels and restaurants to boot.