The Hermitage
41 W. 72nd St., New York, NY

Originally constructed in 1928, The Hermitage is a classic Upper West Side building which provides the charm of a pre-war residence with the advantages of condominium ownership. Residence features include: Classic pre-war details including 9 foot beamed ceilings, entry foyers, oak strip flooring and traditional style moldings; Windowed kitchens and baths in all homes; Many residences have been completely renovated featuring new herringbone parquet and strip flooring, new moldings, new electrical wiring and prewired phone, fax and cable TV lines; Newly renovated kitchens include maple wood cabinetry, granite counters, recessed and task lighting, stainless steel or white appliances including refrigerator, range, dishwasher and microwave oven; Completely renovated baths and powder rooms in many apartments feature floors and walls of "Durango" limestone, Kohler "Memoirs" pedestal sink, glass tub enclosure, Kohler fixtures, and "Hampton" medicine cabinets.