This triplex apartment is located on the Upper West Side of New York City. It is a pre-war apartment with views of the Hudson River and the luscious greenery of Riverside Park. It has a large amount of space, including five exterior spaces, an office, and a wet bar.
The entrance of this home features a twenty seven foot ceiling, and a magnanimous steel staircase. This staircase is definitely a work of art. It adds a bit of industry and eccentricity to the home. The living room has a gorgeous marble fireplace, framed by modern artwork and decor. The whites and grays are complemented by a lovely pop of color, adding interest to the room.
The dining room in this triplex apartment is open and spacious. The browns, grays, and teals, work well together, providing a well-balanced color palette. The lusciously detailed floors add splendor to the bright and airy atmosphere of this sumptuous room.
In the theater, warm and wooden built-in shelving provides storage and coziness. The wood used for the ceiling is delightful and it amplifies the homey feel of the space. A tufted plush sofa, large windows, and amazing views, complete this fantastic area.
The penthouse bedroom in this triplex apartment has vaulted ceilings and plenty of natural light. The detailed fireplace and the dark carpet look positively glorious with the wooden accents flowing throughout the room.
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The terraces are full of natural wood and earthy colors. This design detail blends perfectly with the scenery. One terrace has a rural feel, while the other is a bit more urban. The views provided by the terraces are breathtaking and expansive, fashioning a wonderful place to watch sunrises and sunsets.
Fantastic design details, awe-inspiring views, and spacious rooms, make this triplex apartment a lovely example of a wondrous New York home.