Building & Unit Features
This majestic, landmarked Upper West Side 8 unit townhouse is located on a peaceful, treelined block just behind the Museum of Natural History with Central Park just on the other side. Standing five stories tall with a three story rear extension and over 6000 square feet of space, 108 West 80th Street can remain as an investment or be transformed in to a magnificent single family home or something in between with the owner occupying a portion of the building.
108 West 80th Street was built by the developer Robert Wallace in 1893 and designed by famed New York architect George F. Pelham in the Renaissance Revival style. The property has been well maintained and has much of it’s original detail intact including moldings, shutters and multiple fireplace mantles. There are high ceilings and wood floors throughout. The large windows let in tons of bright light. There is a lovely south facing patio in the backyard. All the units have undergone recent renovations.
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