Built in 1926 and renovated for all the needs of contemporary life, this three bedroom, three bath is truly a gem. Nine foot beamed ceilings and crown molding highlight the classic pre-war architecture. All modern conveniences including central air, double -pane windows and many closets make this a wonderful home. The double pane windows provide exceptional quiet and seclusion from the outside world.
The elegant entrance foyer leads to the spacious living room. Filled with inviting southern light, the room boasts a built in unit made of exotic wood. The open and airy dining room can hold a table for twelve. The kitchen has everything a chef would need, plus a view. The appliances are top of the line, Bosch, Viking and Liebherr. Honed limestone countertops, and a marble backsplash provide a touch of elegance, and there is plenty of counter space and storage. A pot filler above the stove, and a built-in microwave typify the kitchen's convenience. The entrance to the kitchen boasts a washer/dryer hidden in a separate closet. A separate office between the kitchen and dining room provides a private place to work and features a wall unit and desk.
The primary bedroom has two large closets, one being a walk-in. The en-suite bath has a walk in shower with Watermark fixtures. The second bedroom has lovely light and has an adjacent bathroom with a soaking tub. The third bedroom has an en-suite bath. All bathroom floors have radiant heat and are all marble.
845 West End Avenue was built in 1926 by Schwartz and Gross and converted to a condominium in 2010 by the CetraRuddy architects. There is a full time doorman, a gym which includes a Peloton bike, children's playroom and laundry room. There is also a bike room and additional storage for a fee. The lobby of 845 is absolutely stunning and is known for its elegance. There are two elevator banks. West End Avenue is elegant and conveniently located, near the stores on Broadway, and Riverside and Central Parks.