This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from September 17, 2014
The rooms of this historic home resonate with provenance. Leonard Bernstein lived here and for the past half a century, authors Hortense Calisher and Curtis Harnack called apartment 10CB home. This legendary Osborne apartment offers wonderful architectural detail, 12 foot ceilings, a wood-burning Fireplace, and original Parquet de Versailles floors dating back to 1885. A distinctive 4 Room home with a graciously combined Living and Dining Room, fabulous for entertaining, an Eat-In Kitchen, a large Master Bedroom and second Bedroom with 1 1/2 Bathrooms. A wonderful opportunity to restore this unique and bright apartment to its original grandeur. Built in 1885, The Osborne was designed by architect James Ware and is located at 205 West 57th Street, across the street from Carnegie Hall and steps from Columbus Circle and Central Park. The Osborne is a world-renowned luxury Cooperative with an exceptional staff. Maintenance $2185.50 and Electricity Charge of $187.62. Flip Tax paid by buyer.