Occupying the entire fourth floor in a historic townhouse, this 2 bedroom (oversized one bedroom), 1.5 bathroom floor through is a blend of classic details and modern amenities. Located on a landmarked, tree-lined block, steps from Theodore Roosevelt Park and the Museum of Natural History, Residence 4 embodies quintessential Upper West Side charm with two wood burning fireplaces, high ceilings, and incredible natural light. Perfectly proportioned, the living/dining room features oversized picture windows with exposed lintels framing the tree top and townhouse views allowing endless streaming light. A wood burning fireplace and black polished parquet connect to the sleek and updated chefs kitchen. Top-of-the line finishes include poured concrete countertops, stainless steel Miele dishwasher, refrigerator, Blue Star convection oven, and vented range. An operable skylight framed by an exposed beam is one of the many original details that brings touches of warmth to the home. Dividing the living and sleeping quarters are multiple closets and hidden storage. Additional features include a vented Miele washer/dryer, through the wall AC units and streamlined powder room. The bedroom floorplan is highly flexible and can accommodate a variety of layouts. Currently configured as one bedroom with a den and large walk in closet, alternate options can include two large bedrooms or one bedroom and nursery. Open yet intimate, the current floorplan maximizes entertaining space and storage. Accessed by a seamless door, the master bathroom is lined in glass tile with a soaking tub and shower combination with a glass partition. Built in 1893, 121-123 West 80th Street is a historic townhouse co-operative in a coveted Upper West Side location. Designed by Neville and Bagge, the building is one of eleven Renaissance/Romanesque Revival rowhouses with Northern Renaissance elements on the North side of the street. A tight knit community, this self managed co-op features 14 units across 4 stories. No dogs allowed, cats upon board approval.