6 West 83rd Street is a Neo Grec style single-family townhouse designed by the architect Christian Blinn in 1881 as the second in a series of four row houses. This newly renovated home is the least expensive single-family townhouse on the Upper West Side with an elevator. Others features include a glass rear wall on the lower three floors which floods the house with natural light, high-end finishes and appliances, a luxurious full-floor master suite, and an excavated basement and recreation room with a full bath leading out to the 32'-deep south-facing garden, all spread across five floors and approximately 4,950 square feet of living space. The townhouse is located on one of the most picturesque townhouse blocks in the West 80s, situated just steps from Central Park, the Museum of Natural History, excellent schools, and a host of fine dining and shopping options. 6 West 83rd Street is perfectly located in the heart of the Upper West Side.