Think Creamsicle. Yes, the summer popsicle that combines an orange sherbert outer shell with a vanilla ice cream inner core. Imagine it melting over your fingers as you walk into this whimsical living room awash in bright orange paint. The ceiling beams, painted in a contrasting white, criss-cross the room and clones the look of this Good Humor favorite.
This exquisite designer home plays much like a performance piece as you move through the residence. But, for the purpose of today’s ONE ROOM designation we’re serving up the mouth-watering living room. Filled with an eclectic mix of furnishings and modern art pieces, this enchanting space invites a reaction. At the same time it whets our appetite for more; what do the other spaces in this grand eight-room residence behold. Channeling a dramatic flair while incorporating her mosaic artistry, virtuoso Allison Eden has created a wondrous spectacle inside these walls, leaving an indelible mark on this Upper West Side home.
Astor Court at 205 West 89th Street is a classic pre-war and one of several Upper West Side buildings designed around an interior courtyard. Built-in 1916 by the young Vincent Astor, the twelve-story building stretches the full Broadway block front between West 89th Street and West 90th Street. This one-of-a-kind residence is listed for $4.2 million and is being represented by Eileen Foy and Maria Elena Scotto of Douglas Elliman. To learn more or just take a peek, visit Linecity.com