A historical landmark at 344 W. 72nd Street, also known as The Chatsworth (which borrows its name from the famous Chatsworth House in England), is currently undergoing a modern makeover on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. While the Duke of Devonshire and the Cavendish family may have called Chatsworth House in England their home since 1549, members of Manhattan’s upper crust have been regular residents of the New York City namesake for more than a century. History buffs will appreciate the careful preservation of the building’s original accents, including the limestone cherubs, fruits, and stag carvings that will remain a part of The Chatsworth’s alluring exterior. Inside, the experts at Pembrooke & Ives have taken the building’s old world charm and elevated it to encompass expansive living spaces, modern aesthetics, state-of-the-art features, and convenient living.
FROM THE WEBSITE: "High coffered ceilings, white oak floors, custom Italian chandeliers, and Italian marble surfaces bring a fresh look to the pre-war building, which was originally constructed in 1904. Original hand-carved walnut panels reflect the building’s more classic features, which have been restored rather than removed. Bright skylights and broad windows allow for light-filled dwellings and spectacular views of the nearby Riverside Park and Hudson River, while spacious kitchens feature top-of-the-line Miele and Gaggenau appliances and stately chrome hardware. Kitchens and bathrooms are outfitted with custom lacquer cabinetry, and each residence’s freestanding soaking tub is a sculptural centerpiece that offers a fully functional escape as a place to unwind from one’s busy Manhattan lifestyle.
Centrally located in a cultural hotbed, The Upper West Side apartments for sale at The Chatsworth offer residents close proximity to beloved hubs of creativity such as the Museum of Natural History, The Beacon Theatre, and Lincoln Center, home to the New York City Ballet, The Metropolitan Opera, and The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and host to performing arts productions throughout the year."
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