Maybe (okay it is) the staging, but this condo reads as arty and sophisticated, if not downright sexy. That’s not to say you couldn’t with the removal of some of the artwork, house a family there: At 3,250 square feet, with three bedrooms and three and a half baths, it certainly provides plenty of room for couples, roomies, kids, whatever.
Whoever lives there will almost certainly appreciate its proximity to downtown and other central areas—it’s located at the northern edge of Tarrytown, convenient to Exposition and MoPac. While it faces a 35th Street, the entry courtyard, backyard, and patio, surrounded by a a 10 foot stone wall, provide a level of privacy rarely available in most urban condos and other multifamily locations.
Inside, the home features hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, marble countertops, a fireplace, and steel-framed doors. In back is a covered outdoor terrace with a fireplace and a lush, private backyard.
The open-plan living, dining, and kitchen areas all look out on the lush backyard.
The master bedroom has a sitting area and bath with a freestanding tub.
The back terrace and patio have a fireplace and room for entertaining, as well as some lovely landscaping.
• 2701-A West 35th Street [Shannon Windham, Gottesman Residential Real Estate]