Heralded by The New York Times as “one of the grandest buildings on West End,” this Emery Roth deigned masterpiece at 580 West End Avenue has few rivals. The beige brick façade, complimented by oversized casement windows, is a fine example of Roth’s use of both modernism and old-world charm. Once inside this four-bedroom, four-bathroom full-floor residence its grand proportions are revealed.
Boasting over nine and half foot ceilings and 3,000 square feet, this sprawling eight-room home has undergone a complete and remarkable renovation. The current owner updated the apartment and installed a state-of-the-art customized Savant audio/video system.
The elegant entrance gallery leads to a Western light-filled living space outfitted with three planted juliet balconies and a decorative fireplace. The adjacent dining space leads to a windowed kitchen equipped with top-of-the line finishes and appliances including a washer/dryer. A breakfast den is found at the end of the kitchen which is expertly crafted for casual gathering or informal dining. The breakfast den gives the apartment a flexible layout allowing for up to five bedrooms.
The expansive 22-foot corner master bedroom suite offers two closets including a large walk-in. The en-suite master bathroom is an elegant oasis. Two secondary bedrooms both have en-suite bathrooms, as does the fourth bedroom, which can easily be converted to an office or media room.
Built in 1926, with only 17 units, 580 West End Avenue is a private and elegant retreat from the commotion of city living. There is a live-in super, central laundry room, and pets are welcome.