33 West 89th Street
New York, NY 10024
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Wonderfully located with just steps from Central Park, this outstanding home boasts soaring ceilings reaching nearly 14 feet, grand windows, and a bow-front, which allows for exceptional light and air.
33 West 89th Street is a Renaissance Revival-style townhouse built in 1894-1895 by Gilbert A. Schellenger, one of the most prolific designers commissioned in the Upper West Side/Central Park West Historical District. The townhouse was part of an original row of eleven homes. This 19-foot wide townhouse has five stories plus a full basement.