Our favorite listing this week is a rare 7 floor townhouse on the Upper West Side,, with 7 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. Located at 310 West 88th Street the renovated Townhouse is on an iconic block designed by Architect Rogelio Cambiasso.
310 West 88th St. is currently listed for $14,500,000
The original stained glass detailing from the 1800's in the front facade pays homage to this historic home, as you enter this seven bedroom, 8,850 square foot estate. The grand foyer boasting high ceilings through the parlor and into the great room with a Juliet balcony. Completing the first floor is a wet bar and two fireplaces.
The south facing Garden level hosts an outdoor oasis, with natural Bluestone pavers and Honduran wood fencing that leads directly into the Chef's kitchen. Two Sub-Zero refrigerators, Miele dishwasher, Wolf Range, gorgeous imported Italian Statuary stone and butler's pantry with a warming drawer give the eat in kitchen and grand dining room a perfect opportunity for the entertainer or family celebration.
The second floor is dedicated to a Master Suite. South facing views light up the suite with a terrace overlooking the garden. The Italian imported marbled master bath, includes a double shower, soaking tub centered by a bay window and separate powder room. The sitting area, customizable closet space, and wet bar create the ultimate, grandiose master closet.
The third and fourth floor four bedrooms each include an en suite bathroom and outdoor terrace. The fifth floor penthouse tops off 310 West 88th, with a stunning and bright lounge or media area that is complete with a wet bar and bathroom. An outdoor terrace leads to the roof deck with open views of the city and Hudson River.
A cellar floor hosts the perfect playroom, additional storage and custom opportunity for the wine enthusiast. From the White Oak flooring throughout, high ceilings, custom staircase built by Heartland Stairways, heated bathroom and entry floors, to a fully bespoke Savant Smart home system, all showcase every thoughtfully renovated and restored part of this Upper West Side Townhouse.