Formerly a rental, this incredible 111-year-old building has been transformed into 81 co-ops. In addition to its beautiful exterior, The Chatsworth features wonderful residences and an ideal location in the Upper West Side.
The history of The Chatsworth dates all the way back to 1904. When this building was constructed, it redefined what prestigious living meant in New York City. With its view overlooking the Hudson River, the building’s name was borrowed from the most impressive estate in all of England.
John E. Scharsmith, who was the building’s architect, turned to the French Beaux-Arts for inspiration. That lead to decorative elements in the building’s limestone like stags, fruit and cherubs. Because the city’s elite were so impressed by the “largest and most complete building of its kind in the world,” it quickly become a haven for high society.
After being officially recognized as a landmark in 1984, the building’s re-imagination honors its long and glamorous history.
With its mansard roof, red brick midsection and limestone base, the exterior of The Chatsworth is nothing short of extraordinary. At the grand entrance, residents and guests are greeted by enduring craftsmanship and Old World sophistication. Inside the building, the entryway features intricate metalwork and gilding. The truly regal entrance is completed by an official Coat of Arms.
Residences and Amenities

While the building still holds true to everything that has made it such an incredible sight for over a century, the residences have been fully updated to provide homeowners with all the features of modern living that they desire.

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One really unique aspect of the residences in The Chatsworth is that no two are exactly alike. What residents can expect are vast, open spaces made even more impressive by their high ceilings and ample natural light.

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In the kitchen, homeowners will enjoy pale grey marble and stainless steel hardware, as well as the latest Wolf, Miele And Gaggenau appliances. Depth and warmth is added to this space thanks to herringbone floors.

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Bathrooms are rich with Italian marble, while bedrooms offer lots of space to relax. Residents of The Chatsworth will be able to enjoy numerous amenities, including a children’s playroom, active playroom, game room and a private screening room.

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The building’s official website currently lists six different floor plans. The one-of-a-kind floor plans include three 2-bedroom layouts, one 3-bedroom layout and two 4-bedroom layouts. While pricing details aren’t currently available on the official website, StreetEasy currently lists 8 active sales. The active sales include a:

  • $2.235M 2-bed/1-bath (1,079 square feet)
  • $5.25M 2-bed/2-bath (2,140 square feet)
  • $6.135M 3-bed/3-bath (2,440 square feet)
  • $6.675M 3-bed/3-bath (2,751 square feet)

Located near Riverside Park and the Hudson River, The Chatsworth’s Upper West Side location is ideal for residents who want convenient access to both green spaces and the best of what metropolitan living has to offer, as well as wonderful views.
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