This Upper West Side home is discerningly decorated. You enter straight into the sitting room, which has parquet floors, a single red brick wall, and a traditional ornamental fireplace. Beside that, two stylish blue armchairs sit beneath a striking chandelier. A doorway here leads through to the kitchen (with wooden cabinets, metallic mosaic tiles), which in turn adjoins the dining room. This boldly carpeted room has a vintage table for eight, and opens onto the terrace. Also off here are doorways leading to a toilet room and the bright-blue fourth bedroom (with a single bed).
Next, the kitchen’s stairs wind up to a library nook. Along from that you’ll find the second and third bedrooms (both quietly characterful, with a few original details) and a bathroom. And then the last door opens into the master bedroom. This blue-and-cream room is more contemporary in style (with a queen-size bed), and has a charming panelled ensuite.+ More