Step into a bygone era of elegance with this beautifully preserved co-op at The Osborne, located at 205 West 57th Street. This prime example of Billionaires’ Row retains its Gilded Age grandeur with architectural details like carved mahogany moldings, leaded-glass windows, and Tiffany glass transoms. Spacious and gracious rooms offer ample built-in storage, embodying the opulence of New York’s architectural past.

Priced at $4,950,000, this three-bedroom property includes a rare option: an adjacent studio unit. This versatile space is perfect as an office, guest quarters, or additional bedroom. The renovated co-op merges classic charm with modern convenience, featuring 14-foot ceilings, hand-nailed parquet floors, insulated soundproofed walls, and contemporary kitchens and baths.

On one side, a spacious living room is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace, flanked by built-in bookshelves. A formal dining room lies beneath an intricate plaster frieze, while the eat-in kitchen boasts wood cabinets and integrated appliances. The primary bedroom suite offers a generous walk-in closet and a colorful tiled bath. A media room with its own full bath can double as a bedroom suite. Adding to the apartment’s charm, a short flight of stairs leads to a versatile library/lounge/bedroom with a wall of shelves. The adjacent studio offers additional flexibility, perfect for an extra bedroom, guest suite, or office. This bonus space maintains its historic allure with features like a wood-burning fireplace and restored architectural details.

Built in 1883 and designated an official city landmark in 1991, The Osborne is a classic dream of elegant New York City living. The building has hosted notable residents such as Leonard Bernstein, Bobby Short, Phil Jackson, and Jessica Chastain.

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