The Chatsworth borrowed its name from the most magnificent estate in England – Chatsworth House – the seat of the Duke of Devonshire and home to the Cavendish family since 1549. Build in 1904, the co-op on New York’s Upper West Side is a Beaux-Arts building with 58 residences.
The Chatsworth’s traditional façade gives way to a grand lobby that has been completely restored, retaining its hand-carved walnut wood paneling, ornate plaster ceilings, and light fixtures. The interior has been redone by the firm Pembrooke Ives. Each residence has high ceilings, detailed crown moldings, and white oak herringbone floors.
This three-bedroom, convertible four-bedroom with three bathrooms is located on a high floor with beautiful light and views. The open living space has coffered ceilings, solid white oak 5″ herringbone floors, and custom millwork and moldings.
The windowed kitchen is beautifully appointed with high-end appliances, such as a Wolf gas range, Gaggeneau refrigerator, U Line wine fridge, Miele dishwasher and speed oven, custom high gloss cabinetry with Cambridge mesh accents and a beautiful pearl grey quartize countertop and backsplash.
Views abound from the open living and dining room that leads into an expansive den/study.
The master suite is completely separate and boasts an oversized walk-in closet, windowed en-suite bath with Kallista fixtures, radiant heated floors, glass enclosed shower, separate resin tub, and Carrera and Bardiglio stone throughout.
The second bathroom has an en-suite dressing and bathroom. Secondary baths are finished with glazed mosaic tile, porcelain tile flooring and Bianco Dolomiti marble. A Bosch washer and dryer, its own HVAC system zoned for each room, and pre-wiring for advanced home automation complete this turn-key home.
The building’s amenities include a children’s playroom as well as a large business center.
This home is listed for $5,775,000 with Kathy Murray, Dona Monteleone, and Sarah Padron of Douglas Elliman.