33 West 89th Street
New York, NY 10024
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 is a Cooperative all owned by one entity. The house has 9 units and is 5 stories plus has a full basement with laundry. All the units have oner year leases. This house is the perfect home for someone who wants to live in part of it and have free market income from the rest. It can also be converted back to single family status (31 w 89 recently sold for 13.3M) Current income on the house is 281,400. Offered at $5.995M
The full basement consists of mechanicals an Laundry
GARDEN FLOOR (2 Bedroom floor through apartment )
The Garden Floor features a 2 bedroom 2 bath floor through Completely renovated, sunny landscaped garden, Great layout .
PARLOR FLOOR ( Two 1 Bedroom apartments)
Two One bedroom apartments soaring 12-foot ceilings, and elegant decorative fireplaces
THIRD FLOOR (two One Bedroom apartments)
The Third Floor comprises enjoys brilliant North and South light and tree-top views through the home's bow-front.
The Fourth Floor (two one bedroom apartments )
Both are renovated apartments enjoy views and light
FIFTH FLOOR (1 Bedroom and Studio with terrace) Both renovated and sunny enjoy treetop and garden views