Spotlight: Most Luxurious Upper West Side Homes

Spotlight: Most Luxurious Upper West Side Homes

  • Stanton Hoch Team
  • 11/23/21

Are you planning to relocate to Manhattan’s desirable Upper West Side? Or, do you already live in this popular area and want to upgrade to an Upper West Side luxury condo? Known for its stately homes and status as the premier cultural hub of Manhattan, the Upper West Side is also one of the greenest areas in Manhattan, tucked between Central Park and Riverside Park

Among the Upper West Side’s most famous residents are Jerry Seinfeld, principal dancer for the American Ballet Theatre Misty Copeland, and iconic fashion consultant Tim Gunn. Want to join these celebrities in living the ultimate luxe lifestyle in this fantastic Manhattan neighborhood? Check out some of the most luxurious Upper West Side homes currently on the market.


15 Central Park W Ph 41

When it comes to Upper West Side luxury condos, you can’t do much better than this property in the iconic Crown Penthouse. Listed at $45 million, this condo has over 4,000 square feet of living space, Central Park frontage, and a private terrace. Located on the 41st floor of the building, the condo has unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River.

This property offers extra-luxurious touches, such as a foyer featuring exotic marbles and custom mosaic-cut glass, two private key-locked elevators, and remodeled interiors by designer Tony Ingrao. A formal dining room, enormous windows throughout, and a chef’s kitchen designed by St. Charles of New York make this home one of the most stunning pieces of real estate currently on the market in Manhattan.

15 Central Park W Apt 9A

15 Central Park W is the place to be for Upper West Side luxury condos, and Apartment 9A is certainly no exception. Completely redesigned by Jeffrey Beers from the ground up, this condo features all four exposures, a formal foyer, and a central gallery. Custom bronze and glass panel sliding doors connect the dining room to the living area, creating a unique and highly functional entertaining space.

A newly renovated chef’s kitchen features stunning views of Central Park, a solid zebrawood island countertop and shelving, a wine refrigerator, and two Miele dishwashers. Those who want a spa experience at home will love the master bath, which is finished in Italian Silver Travertine and boasts a separate steam shower, radiant heated floors, and a deep soaking tub. Listed at $35 million, this Manhattan condo is the ultimate in Upper West Side real estate.  

248 Central Park W

Large families who want to live in luxury should check out the six-bedroom, seven and a half bath located at 248 Central Park W. Unlike the previous Upper West Side luxury condos on this list, this property is one of only three single-family homes remaining on the Avenue. This Queen Anne mansion — which is currently listed at $30 million — was built by William Noble in 1887 and features six stories. That’s nearly 10,000 square feet of living space, plus plenty of outdoor space with a landscaped garden.

The top two floors of this home clear the treetops, giving them an unobstructed view of Central Park. The cellar floor, which has 1875 square feet of renovated space, features a wellness center with a heated lap pool, Finnish sauna, hydrotherapy shower, and jacuzzi. Featuring the best in materials and finishes, plus unique architectural details throughout, this single-family home are truly one-of-a-kind.

32 W 76th St

Upper West Side real estate agents love showing this townhouse, which is located on the premier central block of 32 W 76th St. Listed at $27.5 million, this home has six bedrooms, six and a half baths, and features a Triple Mint renovation that was completed in 2020. With seven stories and 11,300 square feet of living space, there’s plenty of room inside and out - 2,600 square feet of outdoor space includes a full outdoor kitchen on the rooftop terrace.

The entire second floor is dedicated to the master suite and features a superb double bath designed with custom stone and two enormous walk-in closets. The cellar, which is fully accessible via elevator, has a full game room and arcade, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, and a basketball court. A home like this in Manhattan opens up only rarely, and will likely not remain on the market long.

50 Riverside Blvd Ph 2A

Do you prefer views of the Hudson over Central Park, and want an Upper West Side luxury condo in pristine condition? Then ask your agent to show you the property on 50 Riverside Blvd. Listed at $27.5 million, this home has six bedrooms, seven and a half baths, and over 6,000 square feet of living space. Featuring a private keyed elevator, the condo has a media room with a wet bar, a kitchen complete with a breakfast room, and a library. Its stunning master suite includes a sitting room, two huge walk-in closets, and two baths.

This property also features a chef’s kitchen with marble countertops, top-of-the-line Miele appliances, and SubZero wine storage. The penthouse is located at One Riverside Park, a full-service building that boasts over 50,000 square feet of amenities including a bowling alley, swimming pool, rock-climbing wall, resident’s lounge, and private screening room. If you want to live in the lap of luxury in one of Manhattan’s most desirable buildings, this one's for you.


Known for its fantastic, luxurious homes, the Upper West Side is a mecca for those who want to be in the middle of the action while still having plenty of space and privacy. If any of these Upper West Side luxury condos pique your interest — or if you want to look at similar properties — reach out to one of the experienced real estate agents at Stanton Hoch Team. They’ll help match you with the Upper West Side home of your dreams and guide you through the entire buying process.

 

 

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