Enjoy loft-like living in this historic pre-war co-op in the perfect Upper West Side neighborhood.
This lovely two-bedroom, one-bathroom home has gleaming wide-plank floors, tall ceilings and shoji-style doors which highlight this home's grand proportions and great style. A generous foyer entrance invites you inside to take in the massive main room that stretches 34 feet between wide north- and south-facing windows and can easily accommodate a third bedroom.
The dining room has plenty of room to relax or stage gracious dinner parties, and the exceptional windowed kitchen is a cooks dream. A wall of artfully integrated bird's eye maple cabinetry delivers plenty of storage while professional-grade appliances include a stunning polished copper La Cornue Le Chateau range, featuring four burners, two ovens, a hot plate and a stone grill; a built-in Gaggenau deep fryer; a 48-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator; and a Miele dishwasher.
Two spacious bedrooms line the home's western edge with great views. In between, the serene windowed bathroom features floor-to-ceiling marble, a decadent jetted soaking tub, and a separate shower. Ample storage with multiple closets in the bedrooms, hallway and foyer.
Built in 1916, the building is a handsome Renaissance Revival building designed in brick, stone and terra cotta by the firm of Neville & Bagge, responsible for a number of the buildings along this stretch of West End Avenue. Situated within the Riverside-West End Historic District and converted to cooperative use in 1980, today's residents of this pet-friendly building enjoy white-glove service and amenities, including full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, FiOS access, laundry, bike room and a shared patio garden. Washer dryers permitted.