190 Riverside Dr, #8C
Beautiful turn-of-the-century Renaissance style details throughout.
190 Riverside Drive, a full service prewar condominium, was built between 1908-1911 by architects Townsend, Steinle & Haskell.
Truly one of the most unique and elegant residences ever to come on the market. This Riverside Drive prewar condominium flooded with light and views from every room is not to be missed. No detail was overlooked in the restoration and renovation. Currently set up as a lavish two bedroom plus library, office and enormous eat-in kitchen with river views, this home could also be a three bedroom depending on the owners' needs. The fabulous corner paneled living room has a wood burning fireplace and huge windows facing south and west to the Hudson River. The handsome library also faces the river and boasts wonderful proportions and oversized windows. The custom chef's kitchen with top European appliances is the size of many living rooms and is also situated perched over the river. The master bedroom has a stunning windowed bathroom with double sinks, two large walk in closets, a decorative fireplace and fabulous views as well. The second bedroom and office share a beautiful new custom windowed bathroom and have south river views. There are many walk in closets and beautiful turn-of-the-century Renaissance style details throughout, including mahogany windows, gorgeous inlaid floors and ten foot ceilings. 190 Riverside Drive, a full service prewar condominium, was built between 1908-1911 by architects Townsend, Steinle & Haskell. After Mr. Townsend designed the Kenilworth at 75th and Central Park West in 1908, he turned his attention to 91st Street and Riverside Drive. There he built 190 Riverside Drive, in the Renaissance style, with elements of "modern" townhouse living, including beautiful paneled rooms, elegant ceilings, mahogany windows, large rooms and gracious floor plans.
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