Stunning 88th Street Townhouse With Rooftop Gym

An immaculate 88th Street townhouse with a rooftop gym has hit the market for $12.1 million. Located at 323 West 88th Street, between Riverside Drive and West End Avenue, the townhouse spans six stories and has over 9,000 square feet of space.

The Renaissance Revival townhouse was built by architect Theodore E. Thomson in 1900 and was renovated in 2008.

The eleven room home has five bedrooms and seven baths.

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Classic interior details include beautiful herringbone floors, wainscoting, moldings, coffered ceilings, custom built-ins and upgraded overhead lighting.

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All floors at 323 West 88th Street can be accessed by the mahogany staircase or the elevator.

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Dining Room

The huge modern kitchen has a marble island and upscale appliances. Additional modern conveniences include heated floors, central air, Lutron lighting & high-tech Crestron security with thumb-printing and video surveillance.

Kitchen

Bathrooms come with features like jacuzzi bathtubs, marble backsplash and luxurious double vanities.

All of the bedrooms measure just under 18′ in width. Check out the sweet window seats in this one!

Window Seats

Here’s the roof top gym. Since there’s an elevator you won’t be winded by the time you get up there.

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There are three terraces (located on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors). And a garden.

Rooftop Terrace

Garden Upper West Side

Photo credit: Travis Mark for Sotheby’s International Realty

323 West 88th Street has been listed by Leslie S. Modell and Shawn Modell of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Here’s a full look at the listing

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