PENTHOUSE! Clothed with history, character, and elegance, this pre-war beauty in the heart of the Upper West Side was once home to renowned New York City architect, Emory Roth, who designed the home for his family in 1924. Many original details remain intact in the home, like barrel-vault ceilings, elaborately carved woodwork, stained-glass doors, a working fireplace and striking multi-colored ceramic-tile floors and wainscoting.The elevator opens to a private entrance leading to the penthouse foyer with elaborately carved and dark stained wood. The large modern kitchen features a deep farmer's sink, open cabinets, large pantry, and stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. The unit also features a washer and dryer. Open the stained glass wooden doors into the dining area to entertain guests surrounded by a detailed high ceiling and dressed with ceramic tile floors and walls. This sunny apartment boasts a 2,000 sq ft wrap-around terrace featuring a dog house. Expansive in size, one end boasts a fountain while the other ends with an arched entry.Veering off to the living room, you'll notice a beautiful sculpture of a woman's face; possibly an homage to the architect's wife. Enjoy family time by the brick wood burning fireplace. The large primary bedroom, of this 4-bedroom, 3 bath apartment, features a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom.The Glenham at 210 West 101st Street is a pre-war rental building in the Upper West Side's Broadway Corridor neighborhood finished in 1926. Situated between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, the building contains 167 units and rises 15 stories. The elevatored building's amenities include: concierge, full-time doorman, bike storage, washer/dryer in building, elevator, fitness center, dedicated stroller and car seat room in the lobby. Enjoy being steps away from Whole Foods, great restaurants, transportation, Riverside Park and Central Park.