This beautifully maintained two-bedroom apartment at the Turin has sixth-floor, treetop and open-sky views of the park from the living / dining rooms and from both bedrooms. The living room also has a corner exposure facing south providing maximum sunlight. It easily converts to three bedrooms without sacrificing the grandeur and charm of its classic Upper West Side architecture.
Two dramatic hall galleries separate sleeping quarters from entertaining and dining. Original hardwood floors feature elaborate inlay accents, borders and corners. Ceiling height is a full 9'10". Both full bathrooms are windowed. Abundant storage throughout with nine closets.
The Turin is a 12-story cooperative facing Central Park at West 93rd St. It was built in 1909 by famed architect Albert Joseph Bodker in the Italian Renaissance style. The building has 69 units and is renowned for its fine service. Amenities include a full-time doorman, live-in resident manager, fitness center, children's playroom, bike room, and basement storage units for each apartment. A landscaped roof deck is currently under construction.