Situated on a prime Upper West Side block, these two side-by-side sister buildings can be sold separately or together. Each building is 20' wide and has 10 units. Originally built by architects Thom & Wilson in 1891, these classic townhouses designed in the Renaissance Revival style retain many old world details including the original staircases and wainscoting. In addition, the properties have undergone full renovations including new floors, walls, and plumbing and electrical systems. Externally, the properties have coveted south-facing gardens and views of the Museum of Natural History. Sold together, these houses provide a unique opportunity to create a 40' wide single family mansion with approximately 14,580 square feet of interior space or could be an ideal property for institutional use. Perfectly located in close proximity to Central Park, Lincoln Center, excellent schools, shops, and restaurants, these properties provide easy access to the best of the Upper West Side.
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