33 West 74th Street
Known as “The Most Photographed” on the Upper West Side, this townhouse has literally been “in the family” for three generations. Lovingly maintained and owner occupied since the 1960s, it is currently configured as two units and can be restored to a single-family residence with ease. Boasting a beautiful facade and noteworthy “purple waterfall” of wisteria, step inside and prepare to be delighted. Bask in grandeur and scale from the ceiling height and enormous formal rooms to the original millwork and fixtures. Highlights include six bedrooms, five full and one half baths, two well-appointed kitchens, a light filled garden, and terrace on the fourth floor. There is also potential to add a partial-floor penthouse and take advantage of unobstructed views of Central Park and the Midtown skyline. Located in the “sweet spot” of the Upper West Side, 33 West 74th is steps from the Park, all major subway lines, Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center and the best restaurants and shops in the neighborhood.