UWS Mansion with River Views
40 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10023
Total # of Rooms: 17
Year Built: 1897
tax (monthly): $15,350 USD
40 Riverside Drive is a sun-flooded 6-story 32-ft wide mansion with a corner rotunda, over-sized windows and multiple outdoor spaces. Soaring ceilings, immense rooms, original moldings, chef’s kitchens and gorgeous light are incomparable features, including the 3rd-largest ballroom in a NYC home. Elevator access to five floors, six fireplaces, Juliet balcony, two park-facing terraces, roof deck and potential for nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Attention music lovers, art collectors and entertainers: these spaces allow for large public gatherings and special private retreats.
Ground Floor The main entrance has a wrought iron and glass door leading to a marble foyer and adjacent gallery with fireplace and wet bar. The side entrance leads to a one bedroom flat, perfect for guests and live/work.
Parlor Floor The ballroom has 13-ft ceilings and a grand scale ideal for concerts and banquets. Five windows, a fireplace and exquisitely restored woodwork and pocket doors separate the ballroom from a sitting room. A suite with south-facing bay window can be a library or bedroom
Third Floor A huge master suite with rotunda, five large windows, west and south light and a hand-carved Fireplace. A separate light-filled dressing room connects to a large bath. Chef’s kitchen, nursery with bay window, closets, W/D and separate bath.
Fourth Floor A triple-height ceiling enhances the living room grandeur and rotunda. A marble fireplace has modern embellishments with breathtaking light and sweeping river views. A formal dining room with fireplace and french doors opens to a balcony. Adjacent is a chef’s kitchen next to a terrace and grill. Also, a soundproofed library and powder room.
Fifth Floor Ascend a curved glass and stainless staircase. Another master suite and den with river views overlooks the living room atrium which leads to the tower terrace.
Sixth Floor A stairwell tucked behind the gallery shelves leads to the bedroom suite. A window peeks to the living room below and skylights usher in light. From here is access to the roof decks. Also available for sale in exchange for Bitcoin. See Bloomberg article: https://goo.gl/X1nvPi. Co-Exclusive.