The crown jewel of Manhattan residential living is the sought-after pre-war apartment, yet anyone who has lived in a century-old building knows that appearances can be deceiving when it comes to comfort. That’s why The Chatsworth, a 1904 Beaux-Arts masterpiece on West 72nd Street, features interiors by the renowned design firm, Pembrooke & Ives that match the style of the building’s classic facade without sacrificing features that homeowners expect in new residences on the Upper West Side. New crown molding and tracery ceilings harken back to the early 20th century, while windowed showers and state-of-the-art kitchen appliances (KB: would it help with SEO is we mention the appliance brands instead of saying state of the art? – Gaggenau and Miele) make residences bastions of luxury and comfort. The Chatsworth combines pre-war pedigree with modern luxury to create the ultimate expression of Manhattan living.

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