46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
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46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A
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46 W 83rd Street Unit: 2-A

46 West 83rd Street Unit: 2-A, New York City, NY 10024

$1,590,000
Rich in architectural detail, including Beaux Arts French doors with curved transoms, this handsome 5-room home is a rarity. Overlooking a quiet tree lined street, half a block from Central Park, the stately living/dining room is so large you may wonder if you need to buy more furniture. The 9'6' ceiling with two oversized windows enhances the expansive feeling. The primary bedroom with a splendid oak beamed ceiling easily fits a king bed and has two large closets. The windowed kitchen has granite countertops and a breakfast bar. There is a spacious dining area right off of the kitchen that is currently shown as a study. The second bedroom is almost as large as the primary and has two closets. The original mahogany doors with glass doorknobs and exposed wood trim can be found throughout the apartment. Washer/dryers are allowed with board approval.

46 West 83rd Street, the Lathrop, located within the Upper West Side Historic District, is landmarked and was built circa 1910-1911 by the notable architects Schwartz & Gross. It is a distinguished example of Neo-Renaissance architecture. Building amenities include a resident superintendent, full-time porter, backyard garden with two grills, laundry room, bike room and storage units. The co-op has excellent financials. Pets with approval.

Two major parks, Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west, form the boundaries of the Upper West Side and are in close proximity to the Lathrop. The American Museum of Natural History, the Children's Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are nearby, as is public transit, restaurants, bars and shopping.

2
beds

1
bath

Susan Catry

Susan Catry

Nina Hennessey

Nina Hennessey

Ellen Saland

Ellen Saland

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms2
  • Total bathroom1
  • full bathroom1
  • KITCHEN Washer Dryer Allowed
  • Laundry room Common Area
  • other interior Features Dining Area

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • MLS® IDOLRS-199995
  • TypeOther
  • YEAR BUILT1911
  • Architecture StylesPrewar
  • View DescriptionCity

Exterior

  • STORIES8
  • other exterior FeaturesBuilding Garden

Financial

  • Sales Price$1,590,000
  • HOA Fees $2,470

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