Rarely available, gracious classic seven room home on the corner of Central Park West and 94th Street. Available for the first time in nearly thirty years, residence #5-E at 336 Central Park West is a magnificent and impressive apartment ready for its next owner.
Enter into the home and you are greeted by a large entry gallery with nearly ten-foot ceilings, which are present throughout. The luxuriously proportioned living room exposes north onto 94th Street on the tree line, and has a wood-burning fireplace.
The eat-in kitchen, complete with butler's pantry, exposes west and overlooks the courtyard of Columbia Grammar School. Adjacent to the kitchen is a south-facing service quarter, with en-suite bathroom. The enormous dining area is a mark of the prewar design, built for grand entertaining.
On the northern wing of the home are three bedrooms, with a full bath in between each. Significant closet space throughout the residence makes this a dream home.
Prewar details abound, including stunning herringbone hardwood flooring, crown and base molding, and an intelligent and well-proportioned layout.
Built in 1929 and converted to cooperative in 1971, 336 Central Park West, also known as The Alclyde, is an impressive maroon-bricked building designed by Schwartz and Gross, one of New York's most prominent prewar architects. The building has white-glove full-time service including doormen, elevator operators and porters, large storage cages for each apartment, a central laundry room, and a marvelous art deco lobby.