NEW PRICE. Perfectly located just a half block to Central Park, you will find this vast 6.5 room (originally 7 room) home. Enjoy views of trees and 1870 s brick row houses from the enormous windows that grace the side by side living and formal dining rooms. The eat-in windowed kitchen has a breakfast bar, double hung kitchen cabinets providing storage for all of your favorite kitchen paraphernalia, top of the line stainless steel appliances and a pantry. The three spacious bedrooms are all large enough to accommodate a king-sized bed. The sprawling 26-foot gallery is a great place to display art and, in the past, has been used as an additional dining area, a playroom and an office. The apartment has retained its exceptional pre-war elegance including French doors with curved transoms, wainscoting, mahogany doors and moldings and white oak flooring. The ceilings are 9 6 high. Washer/dryers may be installed with board approval. 46 West 83rd Street, the Lathrop is located within the Upper West Side Historic District, is Landmarked, and was built circa 1910-1911 by the notable architects Schwartz & Gross. It is a distinguished example of Neo-Renaissance architecture. The fa ade has glazed white brick, terra-cotta and is adorned with planting balconies. The co-op has excellent financials. The hallways were renovated in 2016. The elevator replacement project has been funded and is underway. Pieds-a-terre are permitted. Pets with approval. Building amenities include a resident superintendent, full-time porter, backyard garden with two grills, laundry room, bike room and storage units. The elevator replacement project was completed on 12/17/19. Two major parks, Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west, form the boundaries of the Upper West Side adding to the exceptional quality of life at the Lathrop. The American Museum of Natural History, the Children s Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are close by, as is major transportation, fabulous restaurants, bars and shopping.