This $14.5M Brownstone Offers Upper West Side Living at Its Best

It’s just six degrees and six blocks of separation between this Upper West Side townhouse and Kevin Bacon, just one of the many celebs you’ll spot when walking the dog if you live in this enticing home. Described as a “masterfully renovated townhouse,” 310 West 88th Street holds up to the hype offering the best of old and new style with a stately facade and jaw-dropping interiors. Forget the Peloton, there are seven floors of pure luxury to keep you in shape, and culinary treats on every corner in this iconic section of the Upper West Side. Asking $14.5 million, this historic brownstone is what potential buyers looking in NYC dream about.

The almost 9,000-square-foot, circa-1889 manse has retained original detailings like stained glass and a Juliet balcony. Yet, it is the grandness of its rooms and modern flair that make it extraordinary. The chef’s kitchen has state-of-the-art appliances and imported Italian statuary stone, a butler’s pantry and a grand dining room. The sleek master suite, master bath, customized closet, four additional bedrooms with en suites, lower level playroom and stunning penthouse media room complete the masterful home.

Outdoor space is coveted in NYC and this residence has plenty. The home’s south-facing garden level is a veritable oasis with natural Bluestone pavers and a Honduran wood fence.

Brian K Meier and Katharine Meier of Christie’s International Real Estate have the listing.