Move right into this stunning turn of the century elevator mansion. This mint one bedroom home is on the original parlor floor with just shy of 13 feet high ceilings. Drama and opulence surrounds you with floor to ceiling French doors in the living room which open to a north facing Juliet balcony and has an east facing window (with built-in window seat) with views of the towers of the San Remo apartment building on CPW. The living room has a WBFP with a beautiful mantel. The bedroom also faces north to beautiful tree lined west 74th Street has a built-in window seat. The lovingly renovated kitchen has top of the line stainless appliances, including a Viking 4 burner gas range, Miele D/W, and LG refrigerator/freezer. There is custom solid wood cabinetry along with quartz counter tops and subway tile backsplash with a pocket door to close off the kitchen. The newly renovated bathroom, with subway tile all the way to ceiling has a glass door walk-in shower with both a stationary and hand held shower heads features and sits outside the bedroom so guests don't have to go through your bedroom for use. There is a bonus loft area (5 foot ceilings) that houses your full size W/D and room for lots of storage. This stunning home designed by the boutique firm Tilton Fenwick and can be purchased fully furnished. Apologies, 52 West 74th is a no pet building but is pied a terre friendly. 52 West 74th Street is one of an urban neo-Georgian group of row houses built as single family mansions and is one of the few group of row houses that have not been altered in their front facades. The quality of construction was considered high-level with concrete floors and fireproof construction. Each of the original row houses had between 17-19 rooms. In 1981, 52 West 74th Street was converted to cooperative ownership and now has 10 private homes. This location is considered to be prime UWS just a half block to Central Park, a few blocks to the Museum of Natural History, the New York Historical Society, Lincoln Center and the Beacon Theatre. Shopping is just outside, a half block to Columbus Avenue and you are surrounded by great restaurants and boutiques.